18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Today morning when i woke up while laying on the bed i found hardness in my tummy, left side of the neval. Later it was gone. What is it?

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Answer: Hello dear, Abdominal bloating occurs when the abdomen feels tight or full. This may cause the area to appear visually larger. The abdomen may feel hard or tight to the touch, and can cause discomfort and pain....Pains is also normal in pregnancy. Try to take rest. And increase your liquid diet. Try to walk 10 to 15 minutes after taking meal. It will help you.
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