You can feel your own heart beat in the neck, but you can't feel your baby's heart beat in your neck. A baby's heart beat is very difficult to feel and is usually picked up by ultrasound Doppler or with a stethoscope
Your neck wrist chest imnot sure about the fourth though
Insert one finger to prevent strangulation of the baby.
you place two fingers on the upper left side of your neck until you feel your heartbeat
on your wrist or neck. put your index and middle finger on the underside of your wrist or same two fingers on the side/front of your neck.
You can find the pulse on the body either on the wrist or the neck. When checking for the pulse on the wrist you make sure you are checking on the side of the thumb using your pointer finger and middle finger. When you are checking on the neck (using the pointer finger and middle finger as well) take you fingers and go from the ear towards your chin. You will feel a little indenct on the neck but under the jaw. You should be able to feel the pulse in that area.
It is your pulse in your neck and wrist from your heartbeat
I'm sorry but you will never be able to feel the fetus's heartbeat. Just hear it at the doctors.
yes it does and that's why when you're trying to measure your pulse on your neck or wrist you always feel for the pulse there with your pointer finger and your midlle finger because if you were to do that with your thumb you would get an inaccurate answer because both your thumb and your neck/wrist have a pulse
Palpitations are heartbeat sensations that feel like your heart is pounding or racing. You may simply have an unpleasant awareness of your own heartbeat, or may feel skipped or stopped beats. The heart's rhythm may be normal or abnormal. Palpitations can be felt in your chest, throat, or neck.
Can you see a babies heartbeat by looking at the mothers neck?" yes, it is said to be a myth of a old wise tale being told.