Ok so I got my doppler but have to leave for work so only had 10 minutes to play with it.. But alls I could hear is my heart beat. Im not too worried yet cause I havent spent a ton of time with is.. Do you think my tilted uterus could make it harder to hear? Do you ladies have any advice to find the heartbeat.. I know this had been asked tons of time but still... Thank you for any help
I have ordered an angel sounds one and read water is only good once baby is bigger but u can use oil or any gel. I posted a thread today with some great advice if u can find it. Someone added a video to help identify different sounds. She said your beat is detected closer to ur left hip due to an artery but if u go below ur belly button but above public line and move a bit either side of that a bit. The whoosh sound is your placenta and the faster heart beat is babies. Good luck x
Full bladder and lots of gel! Oh, and just returned from my OB and she couldnt find my bb's hb because she was looking too low. I told her I had been finding it every other day in the same spot! Try low first, then work your way up. Once you find the placenta...baby is near
hey hun i been trying and trying with doppler it was doing my head in lol
went for scan today had a healthy happy bean in there told the sonographer i cant find the hb and she told me i hav a tilted uterus so it will b alot harder 2 find she also said try with a empty bladder
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