- March 24, 2015
-- Expecting mothers are naturally concerned about the health of their baby, especially before he or she is born. The first time a mother-to-be hears her baby's heartbeat is one of the most gratifying experiences of her life. Even after a doctor's visit, pregnant mothers often worry at home about the well-being of their baby. Now, she can have that same assurance whenever she wants and wherever she is, with this in-home fetal doppler (http://www.babydoppler.ca/
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This easy-to-use pocket ultrasound machine (http://www.babydoppler.ca/
b-gel.htm) can provide a pregnant woman with crystal clear sound of her baby's heartbeat from the comfort of her own home. Never having to make urgent doctor's appointments, expecting parents can listen to the fetal heartbeat at anytime during the day or night. Modern technology has made it possible for expecting mothers to daily self-monitor the heart rate of their baby.
"I think all newly pregnant mothers should use the fetal doppler (http://www.babydoppler.ca/Fetal-Doppler-with-Ultrasound-G...
)," stated Tina, a customer from Pasadena, CA. "Really sets your mind at ease to hear your baby when it's your first pregnancy. It provides a good bonding experience between you and your unborn child."
Pregnancy should be a positive experience but in between visits to their doctors, many pregnant mothers worry about their baby's health. Having access to a doppler fetal heart rate monitor at home, however, can provide peace of mind, decrease anxiety and stress so that they can continue to have a healthy pregnancy. The fetal doppler (http://www.babydoppler.ca/3Mhz-Fetal-Doppler-Ships-Free-t...
) comes with both earphone and speaker output capabilities, so soon to be parents can listen to their baby's heartbeat in privacy or share with their friends and family.
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s/1819.htm). The baby's heart rate will be displayed on the backlit LCD screen and it's very simple to keep a daily record of the readings. The highly sensitive probe can reliably detect the heartbeat of the fetus, every time. Being able to keep track of the baby's heart rate is a valuable tool for soon to be parents.
"I was really surprised how well the sound transmitted,"
stated Lisa, a customer from Toronto, ON. "My son and I love to listen to his new sister's heartbeat."
For a more relaxed and enjoyable pregnancy or for an increased bonding experience with their fetus, expecting parents can now use a fetal doppler (http://www.babydoppler.ca/)
to comfort themselves and if they wish, share the rhythmic sound of their baby's heartbeat with family and friends.For more information please contact:
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Baby Doppler Inc.
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