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    At 8w heart rate was 167.. I don't know what I am having x

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    First scan was 6w4d and HB 128

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    6weeks 2 days 168bpm, 12 weeks 176bpm, 16 weeks 170bpm - and we're having a girl so definitely correct old wives tale for us!

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    7 weeks scan = 137 BPM, not sure yet of sex (but convinced it's a girl)

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    7 weeks = 171 bpm
    12 weeks = 174 bpm
    We don't know what we are having yet...

    Can someone tell me what the old wives tale is??

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    I had my first scan on 23/12/13 I was measuring a week behind I was 6w3d and bub had a heartbeat of 122. Seems low compared to most of yours yet they said it was good heart motion

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    7 weeks = 171 bpm
    12 weeks = 174 bpm
    We don't know what we are having yet...

    Can someone tell me what the old wives tale is??
    Old wives tale is boys have a lower heart rate than girls - usually 160 - 180 girls, under that for boys. Just an old wives tale but my ob said if you take 10 women, 7 of their bubs genders would've been correct from it so there you go!

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    At 6 weeks my son heart rate was 160bpm.
    So wrong for me! But it proves that he has been active literally from day dot!

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    Mine was only 118 at 6.3 days but doc said there's some room for variation either side of 120-160 and wasn't worried. Still freaked me out a little

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    7 weeks = 158 bpm.
    12 weeks = 157 bpm.

    Don't know what I'm having yet. Will find out at my morphology scan on the 8th of January.


 

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