LO hates doppler!!!

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  1. Tillytots

    Tillytots Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone else's bubs hate the doppler? LOL - mine certainly does. Bubs kicks like mad and wriggles when I use it. I try not to use it too much but its so sweet listening to babys heartbeat and so this morning when I used it I actually got a kick that made me feel sick :rotfl: Naughty Mummy :twisted: I decided I wont use it unless 100% necessary to save tormenting poor baby :)

    xx
     
  2. Bloom

    Bloom Well-Known Member

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    Ive had a few kicks like that when ive had the doppler on but she doesnt seem to mind it too much i only use it a few times a week.
     
  3. Sophie1102

    Sophie1102 Well-Known Member

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    I don't use mine too much but when I do he does move alot, even when the midwife came on Tuesday he wouldn't stay still and she had to keep moving it so that we could hear him!!!!
     
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    awww bless the baby do you think its because they no what it is they go all hectic?
    manda xx
     
  5. Tillytots

    Tillytots Well-Known Member

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    well I think its just the waves they dont like. My Mum likened it to the thing she has on the wall to keep the rats away which sends out soundwaves :rotfl:
     
  6. bumpmakes3

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    Aww - can never seem to pick up the heartbeat on our doppler and have pretty much given up on it :? Cheeky bubs giving you the runaround!
     
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    I notice a bit of action when I use ours but nothing major. I've gotten quite good at finding baby's heartbeat quickly and only listen for a short time just to make sure all is well. I don't think I've gone longer than a minute tops time wise, usually 20 or so seconds is about it :roll:
     
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    Tillytots Well-Known Member

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    yea Il only listen for a about half a min at a time but as soon as its on my tummy thats it...CRAZY TIME!!! :rotfl:
     
  9. muppetmummy

    muppetmummy Well-Known Member

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    Mine's the same, it moves like crazy when the dopplers on. It's the only time it kicks hard enough to make my tummy move.
    I've tried to keep using it to a mimimum as I'm worried baby is upset by it.
     
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    I don't have a doppler but I fin if I sit too close to the desk at work, i get a good kick, it's like he's saying oi mum, you're squashing me!!! :rotfl:
     
  11. Bloom

    Bloom Well-Known Member

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    My little girl does this all day at work. :D
     
  12. BeckyJ

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    my midwife told me that they do try and get away from them awwww bless
     
  13. Minime

    Minime Well-Known Member

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    DS hated it too and used to kick it lol! Midwife said that pokng things at them can agitate them (Use it gently!)
     

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