Welcome! I'm assuming you mean that your last stitch of the row is kind of big and loopy looking? That happens. It evens out a bit after you knit several rows. You can try pulling your first stitch tighter than the others, or you can even slip it (move it to the left needle 'as if to purl' without working it), which stretches it over two rows instead of one and can help with the loopyness. (is that a word?)
If that's not what you meant, tell me and I'll try again!
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