6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am in my 6th week and i my stomach feels bloated after eating.even in a small quantity..i go for a walk after a meal even.is this common??

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Answer: Yes dear I too have same doc said nothing to worry
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    Sai Saranya116 days ago

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