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    Why not over use it?

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    I wouldn't go with a cheap Doppler just for the fact that they haven't proven how it affects baby in utero. Perhaps thats what pp means in not overusing it? Sweet beats are great I got my fertility monitor from them and plan on getting a Doppler from the soon.

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    Yup meant sweet beat! Stupid IPhone!

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    Ok so have done some research...The more expensive ones from sweet beats are the hi-bebe brand, and they use ultrasound which is much better.

    The cheap ones don't - maybe they use radio frequency to just amplify the sounds?? That probably explains why I've read some people can't hear the hb with them.

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    I have an angel sounds one and it's great, easy to pick up bubs HB from about 12 wks or so...

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    I got mine from sweat beats I love it and it arrived in three days am so pleased I went with them, I did a lot of research before I brought mine though
    I got the $219 LCD one too
    I love that dh can listen to heartbeat at home, when we find it that is bubs has a habit of moving so we can't get a proper reading



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    Hello - just thought I would explain that you won't find them on ebay (or shouldnt) because ebay dont allow doppler sales. This is because medical grade dopplers need to be registered on the TGA (like the Australian version of FDA) and ebay decided they didnt want to worry about who was selling dodgy dopplers etc so just banned all doppler sales.

    Some of the dopplers that were being sold werent dopplers but just prettified microphones, and also didnt have compliance with safety standards and whatnot.

    I hope this made sense...


 

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