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low fetal heart rate at 18 weeks. how to treat it?

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Dr. Jose Abreu
Obstetrics and Gynecology 33 years experience
No need: Baby's heart rates change all the time. Unless the baby has a heart block that is affecting its growth there is no need for treatment. Hope the info helped. Normal heart rate is around 120-160.

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Is fetal heart rate 110 too low at 24 weeks?

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Dr. Rodney Del Valle
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There is no : Consensus about the normal fetal heart rate. Current international guidelines recommend 110-150 beats/min. Recent german study 2013 from munich concluded the range of 120-160 possibly better. During delivery different guidelines use but 110-160 still normal.
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What does it mean when fetal heart rate is low at 16 wks?

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Dr. Atique Mirza
Cardiology 31 years experience
Probably not good: Heart reflects baby 's health.

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