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Hearing Babys Heartbeat With Stethoscope
I hear this ringing sound for like two seconds almost every month in my lifted ear only could it be my unborn child's heartbeat I'm hearing I need phe?
Tinnitus: 2 seconds every month seems like a rare event to me. It's unlikely that ringing sound is fetal heartbeat. If worried, time rate of ringing sound. Fetal heart rate is 120-160 beats per minute or 2-3 beats per second. Check out http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tinnitus/basics/definition/con-20021487 for more info. ...Read more
This device invented by laennec enables a physician to hear the focused sounds made within the body. The bell, diaphragm, and earpieces have changed much in history bt the principles are the same. It's still an amazing instrument. Now that the head mirror has become hard to find, the stethoscope is perhaps the most iconic ...Read more
Went to doctor he put a stethoscope too my stomache and said he could hear baby's heartbeat I'm 16 weeks Is this true?
Of course: If you don't trust your doctor, who can you trust? (and why would say it if he didn't hear it?) ...Read more
I heard baby's heart beat at 9 w 1 day .It was 173 bpm.I am 12 weeks today.Wat are the chances of miscarriage after hearing a strong heart beat.
Really dizzy & this weird sound in my right ear.It's feels like I am hearing heart beat but it's a muffle. Like when you listen to a baby's heart beat?
Usually this is: Possible at 23 weeks.Get a more detailed answer ›
Counting. : The oldest is the best to measure heart rate. Fingers on pulse and count for 10 or 15 or 30 seconds and multiply to get the hr for one minute. In the hospital, we place patients on telemetry. An ekg will give you a measure at one point, but wouldn't be necessary just to know heart rate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check below: A heart beat can be heard in different locations providing information according to the disorder. There are 4 basic points which correspond to the valve. A-Aortic P-Pulmonic T-Tricuspid and M-Mitral check the image. If you just want to hear the heart beat, likely anywhere in the left side, or carotid will provide a good sound. ...Read more
Fetal heart : You can'tGet a more detailed answer ›
While laying on left side before going to sleep I can always hear my heartbeat without a stethoscope. Normal??
The Telltale Heart: You may hear your heart's pulsations transmitted/conducted from the soft tissues and vessels in your neck, but you won't be hearing what a stethoscope picks-up.With your head on your side, you are occluding the ear on that side,barring any outside noise or air movement to that ear.If it is reasonably quiet, the other ear won't be stimulated and the other ear will get magnified from within.Spooky! ...Read more
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