Hey ladies! My friend gave me her summer fetal monitor. It didnt work for her until her 8th month, however, she did hear movement before that. I am happy to have it so I can get peace of mind but I dont think Ive heard the heart beat, at first I thought I did but then I realized it was probably just the baby wiggling around in there! Online it says that this type works by week 21 to hear the heartbeat but you can hear movement way before that. Anyone have this brand or heard of it? Any reviews on it?
I just got mine by UPS. It's a Hi Bebe bt-200t 3mhz... Anywho, I'm only 9w4d, got the HB!! 166, so excited. A little disclaimer though, this is my 4th pregnancy in the last 4 years, I'm pretty good at it!
Just ordered a sonoline from ebay. Hopefully it should be here by the middle of next week. I can't wait. We haven't heard a hearbeat yet and my next appointment isn't until March 11th so hopefully this will work!
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