Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" I bought 1 of those baby heartbeat moniter's online.When I researched it it said yo can use them from ... [snip!] ... hear anything.Ive heard of people who use them from 10 weeks and hear them.Should I be worried? No nasty replies please...."I have one from when I was pregnant with my son. I'm 14w and can't hear anything. Long as there's nothing that proves there's a problem, I wouldn't be too worried. Findimg baby's heartbeat depends on the baby's position.
Quoting Rabbit™:" What brand is it? If it isn't one like the doppler they use at the OB's office and L&D, then it isn't going to work until MUCH later in your pregnancy, if at all."It's a Lindam one
Quoting Kayleigh-louise Moran:" It's a Lindam one"
Quoting Rabbit™:" http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Lindam-Baby-Heartbeat-Monitor/dp/B0036QXRMS This one? If so, it's a glorified ... [snip!] ... worry about it. I had one like it woth my second and heard her heartbeat with a stethoscope long before I could on the monitor."yeah its one of those with a black spot thing on the back
Quoting ✿LilyBear09✿:" No, you shouldn't be worried. The HB can be hard for even a trained nurse to find sometimes. Why do you think you would get nasty comments from this??"