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I'm 20 weeks pregnant and my baby's heartbeat is 145bpm. Is this normal?
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yep, average heartbeat should be between 120 and 180 bpm.  My sister is a RN and she is constantly monitoring me ha ha ha, usually we are between 140-150
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old wives tale has it that a faster heart beat is a girl slower heart beat is a boy. i had a fast heart beat with my daughter as soon as my mid wife heard the heart she said it is a girl and sure enough i had a girl. something for you to think about? to you question yes that is normal heart beat my daughters was really fast 163
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My baby's heartbeat was 165 the first time and I thought it was a girl for the same reason.  However, I am having a boy (at least he always looks like a boy on the ultrasound!).  He is just a hyper little squirt!
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At first my baby's hb was 150-165, now at 28 weeks its slowed down to 150-145. We are having a girl!!
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LOL mine has been from 140 to 144 quite a range huh. Still don't know what we are having so hopefully on March 8th it will be revealed.
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On our 11 week ultrasound the hb was in the 180's, at 20 weeks in the 140's, and yep, its a GIRL.
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Thank you all for your comments and for putting my mind at rest. I don't know baby's sex yet I should find out next Weds but I have a feeling that it's a boy.
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