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Why Choose BabyHeart?

When choosing a fetal doppler, it's important to choose a company that offers quality products and a high-level of customer service.

Always look for FDA approved and ARTG registered fetal dopplers to ensure you are getting a safe, high-quality device that you can feel good about using.

Every BabyHeart fetal doppler is FDA approved with registration number 3008973759.

They are also registered to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) with registration number 277143 to ensure safety and quality.

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What Is a Fetal Doppler?

A fetal doppler is used to listen to a baby’s heartbeat while you are pregnant by using safe ultrasound technology.

A fetal doppler heartbeat monitor sends high-frequency sound waves into your abdomen.

These sound waves are completely safe and 40 times lower than those emitted from an ultrasound machine.

When the sound waves encounter your baby’s heartbeat, it sends a signal back to the device through the handheld probe.

The signal is translated into a sound that is amplified so you can hear it and share it with family and friends.

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Common Questions

Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about fetal dopplers. Don't forget, if you need help, you can always reach out to our friendly staff.

Common Questions
How do fetal dopplers work?

Handheld fetal dopplers are easy to use and understand. A fetal doppler is used to listen to a baby’s heartbeat while it is still in the womb.

By using ultrasound technology, a fetal doppler heartbeat monitor sends high frequency sound waves into your abdomen.

When the sound waves encounters your baby’s heartbeat, it sends a signal back to the device through the handheld probe. The signal is then translated into a sound which is then amplified so you can hear it.

Are BabyHeart fetal dopplers safe to use?

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 is FDA approved and registered to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) to ensure safety and quality.

Why choose a BabyHeart fetal doppler?

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.

Always look for FDA approved and ARTG registered fetal dopplers to ensure you are getting a safe, high quality device that you can feel good about using.

Every BabyHeart fetal doppler is FDA approved and registered to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) with registration number 277143 to ensure safety and quality.

How do you use a fetal doppler?

Using a fetal doppler is easy and convenient. You can use it by yourself, or with your partner. A couple of tips to consider before getting started include:

  • The baby’s heartbeat will be easier to hear in the morning when your belly is less bloated.
  • Using the fetal doppler while you have a full bladder will also make it easier to hear.

 How to use the fetal doppler:

  • To use your fetal doppler, lie down on your back on a flat surface and expose your abdomen.
  • Apply the ultrasound gel to your lower belly, ensuring that you use a liberal amount.
  • Apply the gel to the fetal doppler probe as well and turn the device on.
  • Starting at your pubic bone, glide the probe upwards toward your belly button. Move the probe across your belly slowly making sure to touch every part until you find your baby.
  • A higher heart rate means that you have found your baby. This is usually around 120 BPM or higher.
  • Once you are completed with the procedure, turn off the device and thoroughly clean the probe.
Is BabyHeart FDA approved?

Yes, every BabyHeart fetal doppler is FDA approved with registration number 3008973759.

Our fetal dopplers are also Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods registered (ARTG no. 277143).

When can I start using the fetal doppler?

We recommend to wait until your 12th week of pregnancy before using a fetal doppler device.

You may not hear the heartbeat until the 14th-16th week however, this can vary from person to person.

What should the fetal heart rate typically be?
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 measurement 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.

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