Today I had first ultrasound and doctor’s appointment. Also I am 12 weeks today. My baby was very active and heart bit rate was 165. Do you have idea about that? It’s going to be a girl? I heard girl’s heart bit rate always faster than boy. Any comments would be much appreciated.
Hi Sue.. Congrats on the first ultrasound! And for making it to the second trimester! YAY!!
You know. I used to believe that myth too because my daughters (18 years ago) was 160 + and my sons was always -150. Well.. Brayden's heartrate started out at 168 and has been up and down since. It has nothing to do with the sex.
Both my children were above 160 and as high as 172 all the time. I have to healthy boys. We also miscarried at 11 weeks but I can't remember the heartrate for that pregnancy. Now I'm pregnant with #4 and the heartrate was 162 at 7w5d.
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