9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Am 8week pregnanct ,what ever am eating am feeling ,my stomach full heavy , gastric,even my amount of food what am eating less only compare to before ,why it happing like that?

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Answer: It's general pregnancy symptoms during 1st trimester.. Gastric, bloating etc. Start taking small meals 5-6 times a day instead of 3 large meals. Also have light foods.
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    sarmistav v56 days ago

    Thank you

Answer: As your baby growing stomach is very tight and u have to eat little little every 2 or 3 hours , don't eat lots of food at a time.
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