Yes, that is a very strong heartbeat. Good Luck.
Hello, At 6 weeks, 3 days my baby had a heartbeat of 126 bpm. The doctor said that was normal and healthy. I wish you all the best with your pregnancy.
Normal heart rate for a fetus is from 120-180 beats per minute. It will vary with fetal age, activity, and whether or not the fetus is asleep.
The fetal heartbeat can be heard with a fetal scope between 22 and 24 weeks. Most home use fetal dopplers can detect the heartbeat at 12-15 weeks. Clinical level fetal doppler machines that your doctor uses can usually hear the heartbeat between 6-8 weeks.
At 5 weeks there is not even a fetal pole visible by ultrasound. I am an Ultrasound tech and it is normal not to see a fetal pole/heartbeat at 5 weeks. At 5w6d to 6w3d you should begin to see a fetal pole first then a heartbeat.
An ultrasound at 6 weeks should show a fetal heartbeat, if there was a fetal heartbeat you're not miscarrying.. It's probable you estimated your due date wrong.
I went for my ultrasound today. I am 7 weeks 4 days. I was told a normal fetal heart beat would be 120-180. My ultrasound showed a heart rate of 142. My friend told me that hers was 140. Hope I helped. Keep praying. Shaun
My doctor is checking me at 7 weeks because it is usually detectable sometime between 6 1/2 and 7 weeks.
I'm at 6 week and 4 day, the fetal heartbeat was 114, and my doctor said that normal, so don't worry & get relax.
With a doctors "listener" it can be heard. I wouldn't say loud and clear, but it's possible it could be loud and clear, depends on the woman and the baby.AnswerYes I heard my babys heartbeat at 9 weeks pregnant with a at home fetal monitor. AnswerA vaginal ultra sound can detect a heartbeat as soon as 6 weeks gestation but more commonly at 7-8 weeks. The fetal Doppler used on the outside of your belly should pick up a heartbeat at 12 weeks clearly. AnswerA fetal heartbeat can be heard as early as 8-10 weeks pregnant using a good fetal Doppler such as one rented from Tummy Tickles or a company like that. AnswerYes it can be heard. I had an ultrasound at 7 weeks and heart it perfectly and then again at 9 weeks on a Doppler in the doctors office.
By the beginning of the 9th week of pregnancy, the normal fetal heart rate is an average of 175 BPM. At this point it begins a rapid deceleration to the normal fetal heart rate for the middle of the pregnancy of about 120-180 BPM. There is also a slowing of the normal fetal heart rate in the last ten weeks of pregnancy, though the normal fetal heart rate is still about twice the normal adult's resting heart rate.
Its normal between 120 and 170
this could be normal. it can take up to 6 or 8 weeks for a fetal heartbeat to show up with a vaginal ultrasound.
Fetuses have a Doppler detectable normal fetal rate at about 11 weeks. For more information and a week-by-week breakdown of your pregnancy, follow the link:
I've read that it decreases to 3% after heartbeat is strong and detected at (or around) 8 weeks.
no it is not no it is not
the baby's heartbeat is too low, you should go to the doctor and have them check it. The normal heartbeat for a baby at 8 weeks is 90-110 beats per minute.
i had an ultrasound when i was 6 weeks pregnant, but by ultrasound, the pregnancy measured to be 5 weeks, so no fetal pole was seen yet. i think the earliest fetal poles can be seen is about 6 1/2 - 7 weeks. hope this helps :)
You can normally see a Gestational Sac around 4 weeks pregnant, A fetal pole and yolk sac around 5 or 6 weeks and heartbeat between 6 and 10 weeks.
it sure is!
A baby's heartbeat can generally been seen on an ultrasound at about 7 weeks into the pregnancy. A fetal heartbeat can be heard through a stethoscope between 8 and 12 weeks.
From 12 weeks on the fetal heartbeat can be anywhere between 120 and 160. It tends to rise and fall with the mother's heartbeat.
Spotting in the second trimester needs to be evaluated by your doctor or clinic. The fact that you feel fetal movement is good. Call your doctor!.