Womb Music Heartbeat Baby Monitor by Wusic : Heartbeat monitor for pregnancy review
For most of us, having a baby is all about those landmark events that occur throughout the pregnancy. One of the most important and awe-inspiring occasions is when you first hear your baby’s heartbeat.
Although the baby’s heart starts beating a few weeks after conception, you probably won’t hear it until around the 12th week of pregnancy or later. In the old days, doctors used stethoscopes to hear the baby’s heartbeat.
How to hear a baby heartbeat at home without doppler? Now, they do it with a Personal Sound Amplification Product called Womb Music Heartbeat monitor for pregnancy, which has a speaker connected to it. It is positively amazing when you rubs that transducer across your abdomen and all of a sudden you hear that tiny thumping vibration inside of you. Who would have guessed that a faint noise like that could give you so much joy and pride?
The Womb Music Heartbeat monitor for pregnancy came neatly packaged with the monitor, two sets of earbuds (although these were very uncomfortable to wear for very long), a splitter to allow two people to listen, a user guide, and a bonus music download. The Womb Music Heartbeat monitor for pregnancy is as useful as those sonogram listening devices at the doctor’s office for listening for a heartbeat. The heartbeat is very easy to hear.
The user guide is fairly clear and gives the user a good idea of when in her pregnancy is far enough along to expect to listen to a heartbeat as well as a diagram for where to place the monitor. The monitor itself is small and easily fits into one’s palm for controlled movements. It has an adjustable volume control that provides ample sounds.
My only complaint about this product is the inability to listen without headphones. There were times when more than two people wanted to hear about the baby, but that is not possible with this unit.
ACTUAL PATIENT TESTIMONIALS:
“This thing is amazing. My wife and I purchased this one night after she had a scare with her pregnancy. After that, we were able to listen to the babies heartbeat anytime she felt weird or sick. Very helpful to calm a mommies worries at night.” By Adem Huseinovic
“This was a god-send for my husband and I. It came super fast, and it put our mind at ease. This is my 8th pregnancy, and we only have one surviving child. This gave us peace of mind and still does if I have a day where the baby is not moving very much. I love how easy it is to use, and our son loves being able to hear his little brother as well my-my parents.” By Amber Jensen
“What an excellent product! I bought this for my wife, and I so we could check up on our baby. We have lost two to miscarriage, and we are always nervous about it. If she does not feel right, all we have to do is use the Womb music. It calms our nerves! It takes a minute to find where the baby is, and the baby moves around. If you do not hear the baby right away change the angle, don’t just use the device flat on the tummy. This is an excellent device to Check on the baby, plus it is passive, not active like an ultrasound, so nothing is being sent into the body so you can use it all the time.” By Markh21518
About Womb Music Heartbeat monitor for pregnancy
- Womb Music is a Personal Sound Amplification Product that allows you to hear your unborn baby’s heartbeat, kicks, and hiccups to help Mommy bond with the baby.
- Included free in the package a digital download of Personalized Lullaby Album that sings your child’s name in the songs for your child (a $20 value).
- Safe and Non-Invasive. Record the sounds to your computer to listen to later when the child is older, Compact and Easy to Carry.
- Beneficial when used after the 16th week of pregnancy: a baby’s heartbeat is detectable between 8 and 16 weeks only under perfect conditions. Each week, as the baby grows bigger, it will be effortless to hear the heartbeat.
- Easy On/Off/Volume Control with Power-On LED Indicator with Ultra-Clear Audio Sound
It is positively worth every penny and is nice because you do not have to worry about trying to get your baby to move by drinking and laying on your side and counting kicks. You can just check in, count the heart rate for a minute and know that the baby is totally fine, just not as active.
Is it work to use a Heartbeat monitor for pregnancy to listen to my baby’s heartbeat at home?
From now, your midwife may use a Womb Music Heartbeat monitor for pregnancy – a Personal Sound Amplification Product. – To locate and listen to your baby’s heartbeat, sounds like kicks and movement. A normal fetal heart rate (FHR) can be anywhere between 110bpm and 160bpm, but on average it will be around 140–150 beats a minute –
Twice as fast as an average adult.
Sometimes, the mother will ask if I can tell if the baby will be a boy or a girl based on the heart rate. I usually say “no,” because it is not a valid test. We are listening for 10–15 seconds, which gives us a snapshot of the baby’s heart rate. I wish it were that simple to determine the baby’s sex