with my son his hb was 176 at 8 weeks, everyone was telling me that i was gonna have a girl since the heartbeat was so high/fast but they were all wrong, im hoping for a girl this time, i get to hear the hb on tuesday!!!!!!!!
Thanks Nini, I read on the internet that it gets stronger so my next scan should be a lot higher at 8.5 weeks. I am sure its okay I just had a moment of panic - the doctor said it was normal at the time so I am believing him!
Yours looks great for 8 weeks though good luck.
well, i got to hear the heart beat yesterday at my u/s appt. it was amazing! this one also had a hb of 176...but at 9 weeks 3 days, so maybe this one is a boy too....wont know for 7-8 more weeks though! hope that time goes by fast!!!!!
At 7 weeks 1 day the baby's hb was 144. At the exact time when I was pregnant with Gavin, my son, his hb was 121. I am thinking it might be a girl, but the pregnancy is very similar to my pregnancy with my son. I just want a heathly baby.
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