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VieraSky Nov 18th, 2017 17:52 PM

Ladies with a doppler
 
Where are you finding your baby's heartbeat? A few days ago, I found my LO a few inches down and over from my bellybutton, but today it was really low, just a few inches over my pelvic bone. Is that just because the baby still has some wiggle room?

Kirstiedenman Nov 18th, 2017 18:26 PM

At this stage they still flip around so much that it could change each time you have a listen. There is a lot of room for them at the moment to move so I wouldn’t worry about it. First time bubs would have probably been breech or transverse and second time bubs would have been head down I have the same I could only find a heartbeat near my belly button and then had a scan and sure enough breech a few days later it was really low in my pelvis and baby had flipped :)

veganmum2be Nov 19th, 2017 09:13 AM

Yeah really low. Even though uterus is upto belly button.

Mummy of Ange Nov 20th, 2017 04:59 AM

I checked mine again this morning and im 15+2 and its really low down on my right just above my pubic bone.

karoolia Nov 20th, 2017 12:37 PM

I love my doppler. It is actually a fun way now for us to notice baby moving around. We'll find the heartbeat nice and strong and then it will fade. We'll move the doppler around and find it somewhere else. I don't always feel the movements so it's nice to know baby is moving around in there!

VieraSky Nov 20th, 2017 12:39 PM

Have you ladies also noticed the different ways the heartbeat sounds? Usually it's more of a whooshing when I hear it but this morning it sounded louder and. Like galloping horses

Kirstiedenman Nov 20th, 2017 17:43 PM

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Originally Posted by VieraSky (Post 38708133)
Have you ladies also noticed the different ways the heartbeat sounds? Usually it's more of a whooshing when I hear it but this morning it sounded louder and. Like galloping horses

Usually the whooshing is the cord or the placenta as that is blood flow you are hearing :) the galloping is definitely baby though.

Wobbles Nov 21st, 2017 05:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Mummy of Ange (Post 38707205)
I checked mine again this morning and im 15+2 and its really low down on my right just above my pubic bone.

This was the same for me with both my girls <3


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