No. You can neither hear (unless at a ultrasound) or feel it.
If the mother is very slim the doctor or midwife may be able to hear the heartbeat with a Doppler, and it will show on an ultrasound.
haha no its still very small and not large enough to kick against you its like the size of your index finger or even less depending.
On an ultrasound, you would be able to SEE it. With a doppler, you may or may not be able to HEAR it, depending on your weight and the position of your uterus.
You can start to hear the babies heartbeat through ultrasound as soon as 6 weeks
in the belle button or what
well not really
You cannot feel the actual heartbeat of the baby, but you can feel movements of the baby and LISTEN to the heartbeat. If you can actually 'feel' a heartbeat, chances are it is your own and is just easier to feel on your stomach than usual because it is stretched to accomodate the growing baby. Your baby could also be having hiccups in the womb which is what you could be feeling- my son had them frequently and it would seem like a heartbeat but it's only hiccups (their hearts beat almost twice as fast as our own so you can easily distinguish hiccups from heartbeat)
No, you would have to be a rare case of super-sensitive to be able to feel that. To date, I have never heard of a woman who can feel the baby's heartbeat. What you may be feeling is your own heartbeat as the blood flow to your uterus is increased. Or it may be just the baby kicking. Many babies also seem to get hiccups which can be a very regular beat, often at the same time each day.
lie down in the bath with your ears uder the water like your washing your hair!! make sure its really quiet, first you will hear your heartbeat then you will hear the babys, you know its the babys because its double the speed of yours!!
no. they have their own heartbeat. if you are pregnant and go to the doctor they can put a fetal monitor on you and you will be able to hear the babys heartbeat.