I don't think you can feel the baby's heartbeat, but you can feel their movements and hiccup's. You can hear the heartbeat with a stethoscope.
feeling baby's heartbeat.You can't feel the baby's heartbeat, but you can hear it. and I believe that is at 5 months.
You should always be able to feel a heartbeat in your neck, otherwise you are dead......
You can not feel the baby's heartbeat when pregnant.
I think you can most definitely feel the baby's heartbeat in the mother's neck with your finger, because I was pregnant before and I was able to see and feel my babies heartbeat in my neck
Not necessarily, you cannot 'feel' the baby's heartbeat.
No you can not. You can also not hear or feel the baby's heartbeat.
It's your own pulse/heartbeats. if you think it's the fetus' it is not. You can never feel the heartbeat of the baby.
As you get further along, you have 40% more blood flowing in your body which is the main reason why you might hear your heartbeat more, and even feel it pumping.
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)
Sometimes you are aware of your own pulse deep in your abdomen when you are pregnant as the blood flow to the uterus increases.
No. You know that thing in the back of your throat? ( Not tonsil's ). I forgot what it's called, but sometimes, food hits it, and you can't feel it. When your pregnant, you throw up, ( Not because food hits the back of your throat ). You just feel sick when your pregnant. So don't worry when you throw up.
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.
Do a test at the doctors. They will know for sure.
If you are very relaxed and in the correct position you may feel your aorta pumping in time with your heartbeat around the middle of your abdomen. If you are over 20 weeks pregnant you may feel the arteries in your uterus if you don't have much body fat.
yes but it isn't accurate to your normal heartbeat
You can never feel the baby's heartbeat during any time in the pregnancy. If you feel one it is your own.
it can be felt, but not all women feel it... some mistake their own heartbeat for the baby's...
The heartbeat you feel in your lower stomach is the abdominal aorta beating and it is perfectly normal.
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.
I'm sorry but you will never be able to feel the fetus's heartbeat. Just hear it at the doctors.
It is not normal :) I would think if you are not nine months pregnant now.. it is probably a uterine twich of some sort that you are feeling or your own pulse which you can feel when pressing down on your uterine area. I wondered the same thing myself when I was pregnant and I found out it was actually my own heartbeat I was hearing. I thought that was strange because it was coming from my tummy but its referred noise from your heart and causes a echo in your tummy - hence it sounding like a heartbeat.
There are two possible scenarios here. 1. You could still be pregnant but the monitor didn't pick up the heartbeat. 2. Miscarriage can take a while to actually happen. It can take one day or as many as 14 days to miscarry.
You can not feel the baby's heartbeat.
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