My unborn child heartbeat is 105 per minute. What should i do to get it where it's suppose to be?

I'm 5 weeks pregnet

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  • 1 decade ago
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    honey that is GREAT that is a good strong heartbeat, I swear Im 11 weeks and mine is 166 per minute... my Dr. said that was normal for it to be so fast cause I asked the same question. she also said as they get bigger the heartbeat will slow to a normal heartbeat... your Dr wil tell you the same thing... 105 is good if your 5 weeks, and if you have your next ultrasound in 4 weeks the heartbeat will be faster!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Sweetie youre only 5 weeks pregnant and usually you won't even be able to find a heart beat at 5 weeks.Go back and get that checked out because i am not understanding why your doctor would even check fetal heart rate at this early stage of your preganancy.Please realize this is not accurate,go back at 8 weeks and you should hear a more clear heartrate with a higher rate.You surely can't do anything to change your baby's heart rate,you have no control over how you baby develops and grows besides watching what you exspose yourself to,the rest is in gods hands.Please don't be scared,i'm sure your baby is just fine sweetie.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Normal heart rate for a baby in utero at 6 weeks is 100 beats per min and as the fetus grows the heart rate wiill go up normal heart rate at birth should be between 120 and 160. Do not panic your baby is at normal range for the gestation you are at. Hope you have a healthy baby, and may God bless him or her.

    Source(s): pregnancy info.net
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  • 1 decade ago

    Normal fetal heart rate is between 120-160 bpm.

    Stress is one factor that can effect the baby's heart rate. Make sure you are getting enough rest and a proper diet. What has your doctor told you? He/she is the best source to determine why your baby has such as low heart rate and what you should do.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Any question about the health of your unborn child and yourself should be asked directly to the doctor. Make notes to take with you so you won't forget anything you need to talk about.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Did your doctor seemed concerned? Ask your doctor. At 5 weeks, it would be hard to find the baby's heart rate, maybe it wasn't accurate!

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  • 1 decade ago

    It should be about 130-160. Ask your doctor.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Do they even have a heartbeat that soon? Maybe it was your own? That just doesn't seem right.

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  • 1 decade ago

    ask your doctor

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