Where can you hear your own heart beat at?

Pulses. You can feel your own heart beat at several places, but typically where your arteries are closest to the skin. This includes on the thumb side of your wrist on both sides, the carotid arteries in your neck, behind your knee (popliteal) and on the top of your foot. (pedal). You will need a stethoscope to "hear" your heartbeat.

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Are you able to hear your own heart beat from your abdomen?

Yes. Your abdominal aorta lives there - it's the direct extension from your heart and carries that transmitted beat. Read more...

How long do I have to be before I can hear my babys heart beat?

Around 10 weeks. Around 10 weeks gestation, the fetus' heart is big enough to be able to hear it using a doppler ultrasound. Read more...
Fetal heart. It all depends on the instrument that you are using. A good transvaginal ultrasound will pick it up early in the first trimester. If the machine is capable of audio translation, you can hear it and document it at the same time. Read more...
Sono 6 weeks. Most current transvaginal ultrasound machines can detect a fetal heart beat at 6 weeks. While most portable dopplers will be able to pick up the fetal heartbeat at about nine to ten weeks. However for some patients, it can twelve weeks or later before the fetal heartbeat can be detected reliably. With a stethoscope, the fetal heartbeat may not be heard until after 18 weeks gestation. Read more...

Why do I constantly hear my heart beat?

Depends. You should see you doctor and get it checked out. Can you hear it all the time or at night when it is quiet? What does it sound like? Is it in one ear or both? This could be nothing to worry about or it could mean a blockage in a carotid artery or aortic valve. Your doctor and you can figure it out with a detailed history, exam and may be a few tests. Read more...