Hi ladies, I am 11 week 2 days and I got a strong heartbeat this morning, however the Doppler indicated bpm between 164-174. I am not sure how accurate it is since it kept changing the readouts but I read that normal hb should be b/w 120-160. Should I be concerned?
When I was pregnant my babies heart rate was 140 then throughout the pregnancy it got up to 180 then down again but midwife didnt seem concerned people told me if its over 140 your having a girl and I had a healthy 8lb 9oz girl so im sure you got nothing to be concerned about
My baby's hb was 180 at 11 weeks, and has stayed around 150 (almost 33 weeks now), but he's a little boy! I wouldn't worry about a high heartbeat, a low one would worry me more. Stay positive, all is good.
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