Hey ladies!! So our next Dr checkup, is Wednesday...April will be 1 day short of 11 weeks, and I was just wondering, about what the chances of us hearing the baby's heartbeat are? When did you hear your previous/current Dc's heartbeats? I can't seem to remember how far along I was, with our other 3 kiddos, I am sure it is written down in the baby books, but before I dug them out, just wanted to post here ;)
I am SO excited for this appt, mainly in hopes that we hear his/her heartbeat. I have been looking so forward to this part!!
Hope everyone is well!!
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I heard mine today with a doppler at exactly 11 weeks. The midwife did warn me that we might not be able to hear it though and that usually it isn't definate that you can hear it until the end of 12 weeks.
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My doc said at my last appointment they (their particular office) don't guarantee you will hear it until 16 weeks, to keep mamas from stressing out over not being able to find it.
Generally it's around 12 to 13 weeks that you can hear it with the Doppler, but I have heard of mamas that have heard the heartbeat as early as 8 weeks! I think a lot depends on the skill of the doctor that is trying to find it. (Mine is a resident, she is still learning hehe).
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My doctor won't even check for FHR with the doppler until 12 weeks.
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My midwife has been finding it since 9 weeks with the doppler but I usually read around 12 weeks is normal to find it. She did have to spend some time finding it the first two times but she stuck in there for me. At my appointment last week the baby was kicking at the doppler wand thing on my belly! So we didn't get to hear it very long as I don't like irritating the baby like that.
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