do u believe the theory that .....
Nov 17, 2006 4:53AM
the babies heart sounds like train for a boy,and galloping horse for a girl??:\?
Nov 15, 2006 10:02AM
i have heard that the heart rates differ, yes, but i have been told they don't. i really don't know, my baby's heartbeat sounded like a fast heartbeat, i suppose you could liken it to train OR a galloping horse, but it's definately a boy! found out this a.m!
Nov 15, 2006 11:46AM
Just had my little boy last Weds and his heart beat definately sounded like a train!
Nov 15, 2006 1:32PM
i've never heard of that hmm will def listen for it tho
Nov 15, 2006 1:53PM
ahh well done curlyclaire xx hey suzaie, thats what i wanted to hear lol congratulations,how r u feeling??
hey kellyanne, yeah, also heard that if your babys heart rate is over or under certian beats for minute 2 but cant remember how many beats it is and which way round lol when i work it out ill let you know lol
Nov 15, 2006 2:00PM
ah ha just read on here "Apparently if your babys heartbeat is above 140bpm it's a girl and below it's a boy." dont know how true this theory is but y know, that would mean for me that one theory is wrong,as my baby is 155 bpm and sounds like a train lol
Nov 15, 2006 2:26PM
i had my midwife today and from what I can remember :roll: it sounded like a horsey *clip clop* and was over 140bpm (baseline 150bpm) but i also found out that I'm measuring 2cm bigger than my weeks, so I'm having a girly hippo! xxxx
Nov 15, 2006 2:44PM
hey squirleyfaerie , well done, lol! you decided not to find out properly then??
Nov 15, 2006 2:52PM
NHS Lothian doesn't give 20weeks scans, something to do with lack of funding (who knows :roll: ) and I couldn't afford a gender scan privately, so I ain't found out. And I'd probably just tell everyone anyways. It's the only present I'll not be able to harass the giver into giving me more info
I'm rubbish with surprises!!! Unfortunately, I'm now too far on (26 days and counting) to get a gender scan, they can only tell what way up the baby is
( and it's STLL to expensive..so I have to wait till munky hippo makes an appearance
Nov 15, 2006 4:38PM
Hi, I'm not feeling too bad thanks squirleyfaerie, had a c section so sore tum, but a big cuddle with my little Jake makes up for it! Don't worry about being told you are measuring big, I was told through my whole pregnancy that he would be 8 or 9 pounds, and he was a petite 6lb 14oz! I didn't get newborn clothes, only 0-3 months so everything drowns him, I keep sounding like my mum and telling everyone that he will grow into them!!!
Nov 15, 2006 6:03PM
yay Suz!!!! So it's all just fluid then - I've been saying that for ages now. Also found out that I've put on 40kg since I was 8 weeks, which is kinda depressing...I have heavy amniotic fluid!
at least thats what I'm telling myself.
Nov 15, 2006 6:14PM
weird! at my 20 week scan they said i was having a girl, so for the last 15weeks(really that long???) weve been calling her, her etc. then last week i had a m/w app and when she listened to the heartbeat she said oh thats a boys heartbeat if ever i heard one!! it might be a girly little boy!
Nov 17, 2006 4:53AM
ahh susie, so you will be suprised either way then?? or believe your scan more?? that must have confused you a little!! xx
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