I feel a lot better being able to hear my baby's heartbeat between doctor visits. Seeing the visualization is cool. Wonderful peace of mind! -Tanja
I love this product! I found the heartbeat straight away and I'm on week 14. Recording it for later listening is great. Sharing is really good too. -Amy
I would recommend this product. Bought as a gift for my pregnant wife. It's great value for money and the heartbeat can be heard quite early on in pregnancy. The App is amazing beyond words. -Stephen
Mummy's Zone - UnbornHeart Review
When I was just over six weeks pregnant I was sent the Unborn Fetal Heart Monitor to review and was recommended to wait until twelve weeks to use it. I was impatient and opened the box at ten and a half weeks and downloaded the free Unbornheart application onto my smartphone, plugged in the headphones and monitor and I was away! I had watched a video on YouTube showing me how to accurately pick up baby's heartbeat and not my own and after a few minutes managed to find it. I was so relieved when I found it and using the doppler every few days made the next week and a half wait until my scan a bit more bearable. After losing a baby at 6 weeks, having a missed miscarriage and finding out at my twelve week scan having the monitor gave me the extra reassurance that I needed. Obviously in my last pregnancy I managed to get to twelve weeks but our baby had a rare chromosome problem so I was never completely relaxed this time even after hearing the heartbeat...
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Mummy And The Chunks - UnbornHeart Review
The Unborn Heart App allows you to monitor your baby's heartbeat in the comfort of your own home. You can use the app to record and share your baby's heartbeat with friends through email or Facebook. There is also a built in kick counter similar to those used in hospitals, anyone who has had fetal monitoring will be familiar with the small click pen they give you to hold and click whenever baby moves, well with this app you tap the foot on the screen to count the kicks. The recordings are all stored in the app which is nice when you want you look back on previous recordings. In the box came the Fetal Doppler, 1 smartphone cable, 1 set of earphones, 1 user manual, 2 AAA batteries and a small tube of ultrasound gel. The app itself is available for iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones and tablets.
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