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    Default At 37 weeks pregnant my baby's heart rate is 110bpm. Anyone else experienced this?

    I saw my obs today & he said my baby's heart rate is around 110bpm & has requested I get the baby's heart rate monitored again tomorrow. Has anyone experienced this before & if so do you know the cause of your baby's low heart rate & what has the outcome been if heart rate doesn't increase? Could it result in an early delivery?

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    Ok that's good to know because I thought normal was 120-160. I guess he just wants to monitor the baby tomorrow to make sure it doesn't drop below 110.

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    Sorry forgot to write I had a CTG scan

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    Hi Octybaby. My DD4 had to be monitored at 38 and 40 weeks at the hospital with one of the belt things they put around your belly (sorry cant remember what it's called). Her HR was also 110bpm. After they monitored her they were happy with how she was coping and said everything looked perfect. I think she was just really relaxed. My 2nd DD was the same even during labor.


 

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