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Is it normal your first trimester for your baby to have alow heart rate?

Probably. The fetal heart rate is normally between 110 and 170 beats per minute. In the early first trimester (less than 7 weeks) it may be lower than 110 - but by 8 weeks it should be 110 or more. An active fetus will have a higher heart rate and a sleeping or inactive fetus will have a lower heart rate. Male and female fetal heart rates are in the same ranges - so the heart rate doesn't indicate the sex. Read more...

During birth my babies heart beat went up, so my ob decided to get her out ASAP. Within 20mins I had delivered her but she stayed in the hospital care for the next 5 days with tachycardia. Resting rate around 200 and spiking around 240-250. We had a lot o

Question cut off. I'm sorry;however your question got cut off before it got to the actual question. Please ask again with less text or reach out to a physician through healthtap prime for a more thorough and individualized discussion. Read more...
Incomplete question. You get the best from this public HT site by providing background & a clear question.You did not ask a clear question. The story is worrisome & suggests baby has a rhythm disorder in her heart like Wolf Parkinson White syndrome, which can be treated. Since you did not ask a clear question, that is all I can say.You are welcome to start over but these questions are not linked/go out at random. Read more...

My babys heart rate is slow. I'm in my first trimester. Is there any hope?

Yes. If there's a heartbeat on the ultrasound, there is always a reason for hope. While some pregnancies with a slow heartbeat do end up in miscarriage, I have certainly seen cases where their heart rate pick up on subsequent scanning. Good luck! Read more...