7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: i m 6 weeks pregnent but i m feeling very heavy stomach right frm 4 weeks . i dnt have acidic pblm. please tell reason?

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Answer: hello dear this is normal dont worry.. Very early in the pregnancy, the newly formed baby travels down the Fallopian tube and into the uterus, where it attaches to the uterine wall for its source of nourishment. This usually occurs about a week after conception, and many women feel pressure or pain when it happens.
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