Baby Heart Standard Fetal Doppler

Listen to your new baby's heart beating... feel the bond while they are inside you.

Baby Heart Standard Fetal Doppler

Siblings and partner can listen along too.

There is nothing more special and reassuring than hearing your little one’s beating heart. The Baby Heart Fetal Doppler makes this possible from the comfort of your own home.

The only thing more amazing than being able to hear your little one’s beating heart inside you is to see their heart rate clearly displayed on an LCD screen for you to enjoy. Put your mind at ease anytime you want, tuning in for each hiccup and every kick with the Standard Fetal Doppler from BabyHeart. Check out all the amazing features of this device!

With the touch of a button you can record these beautiful moments and share them back with family and friends, so everyone can join in your journey with you. The easy-to-read LCD screen provides some added peace of mind with its three different modes: real-time fetal heart rate display, average fetal heart rate and manual mode which allows you to customise your experience.

Take advantage of a built-in speaker that you can share with others, or connect your headphones for a private moment that you can enjoy just you and your little one.

12 month warranty and comes with the fetal doppler device plus bonus bottle of ultrasound gel. **PLEASE NOTE: Do not order this item along with anything else in the same order, as this item ships from a different warehouse. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery in Australia.

When can I hear my baby's heart beat?

It is recommended that you don’t use a fetal Doppler device until the 12th week of pregnancy. You might not hear the heartbeat until the 14th-16th week however, this can be different from person to person. It can also depend on the positioning of the baby, or the doppler.

Can a fetal doppler replace Ultrasounds and Doctor Appointments?

No, our Babyheart fetal Doppler monitors work similar to an ultrasound, but they shouldn’t be used as a replacement for regular ultrasound appointments and doctor visits. Please continue to see your doctors and midwives regularly throughout your pregnancy.

What should the heart rate for baby be?

The typical heart rate of a baby is much faster than your own heart rate. A typical fetal heart rate is between 120 and 160 beats per minute (BPM). It does vary greatly based on a wide range of factors including movement, sleep cycles and other baby activity.

Is the Fetal Doppler reliable?

Typically, fetal Doppler measurements are reliable but there are some factors that could cause the measurement to read improperly including:
  • Smoking tobacco products.
  • Drinking large amounts of caffeine.
  • Extra noises, such as the mother's heartbeat or stomach rumbling, can mask the signals.
  • Sleep patterns.
  • Baby movement.
The BabyHeart Pocket Fetal Doppler can detect your baby’s heartbeat, hiccups and kicks and record them directly into a built-in memory card, or live stream them straight to a smartphone. You can keep your memories close and never forget a precious moment, turning those recordings into special keepsakes that you can cherish for a lifetime.

This easy-to-use doppler is both safe and portable, with a built-in speaker with volume control and a socket for earphones. Let your family and friends share in the joy of your pregnancy with you and create memories you can cherish for a lifetime.

Are these devices safe?

Fetal dopplers are used by medical professionals every day to detect heartbeats of babies in the womb. They are completely safe and do not require a prescription. The waves emitted by a fetal doppler are about 40 times lower than those emitted from an ultrasound machine. Every Babyheart fetal doppler we sell is registered to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) with registration number 277143 to ensure safety and quality.

When choosing a fetal doppler, it is important to choose a company that offers quality products and a high level of customer service and support. Also, be sure to look for ARTG registered fetal dopplers to ensure you are getting a safe, high quality device that you can feel good about using on your baby.

Is this device compatible with my phone?

The fetal Doppler device app is compatible with iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod) and Android phones and tablets.
If you are hearing more than one heartbeat, you could either be hearing the same heartbeat in two different locations, or you are pregnant with twins. If you’re in the later stages of pregnancy and the two heartbeats are within 10 beats per minute of each other, it’s probably just one fetus.
If you are unable to hear your baby’s heartbeat, don’t panic. Your baby could be too small for the Doppler to detect its heartbeat and you should wait until your baby is more developed. Your baby could also be in a position which makes it difficult for the monitor to pick up the heartbeat. However, if you have a feeling something is wrong, contact your physician.

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