Unfortunately not likely - it should detect the heartbeat by then
Actually you cannot. You cannot hear the babies heartbeat until around 9, but more likely at 10 weeks.
If you have an ultrasound at 9 weeks and there is no heartbeat detected, that means your pregnancy isn't viable and you're having a miscarriage. But if you're talking about not being able to hear the heartbeat via Doppler at 9 weeks I wouldn't worry too much as sometimes dopplers can't pick up a heartbeat until around 14 weeks.
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.
This is not clear whether the baby is a fetus or a newborn. If a fetus, should be in the region of 170-200bpm.
Yes. I'm very sorry for your loss
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.
Nope, closer to 8-9 weeks
you should be about 4 months. It really depends I wasn't able to hear my babys heartbeat until 12 weeks although I was able to see my baby very clear on the ultrasound at 10 weeks so it just depends on the person...Good Luck God Bless and Congratulations on your new addition also they should be able to tell you the sex of the baby between 17-20 weeks...
you should be able to....I heard mine on ultrasound at 7 weeks, then at 9 weeks and again last week at 10 weeks! Maybe the person giving you the ultrasound was not experienced enough to do it!
You can never feel a baby's heartbeat in utero. You can, however, get a babybeat or similar device and here it after about 8 or 9 weeks.
i would say no