Bond with your baby.... anytime, at home!
There are many reasons you'll love the AngelSounds Mini Doppler:
- It provides peace of mind, reassurance and great joy to expectant mothers, partners and their families.
- You can listen to the heartbeat of your unborn baby in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
- Enjoy hearing your baby's heartbeat, hiccups and kicks and record them to share with family and friends for years to come.
- Older siblings particularly love hearing their new brother or sister growing inside Mummy!
- It's easy to use, safe, lightweight and portable!
- Angelsounds Fetal Doppler is safe and fully registered with Australian TGA - ARTG 236029 - for your peace of mind.
- AngelSounds Fetal Heartbeat Doppler - Model No: JPD-100S Mini
- Recording cable
- English Instruction Manual
- Once your order is shipped, you will receive a FREE online practical user guide via email. Check your inbox!
Power and Requirements
- Ultrasonic Emitting Frequency: 3.0 MHz
- Battery: 1 x 9V (not included, due to Aust Post regulation)
- Sorbolene style lotion to conduct the sound (not included)
- 6 months manufacturer’s warranty
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1. The Angelsounds Fetal Doppler is a heartbeat monitor designed to work from 14 weeks of pregnancy. Some customers have reported a clear, distinct heartbeat from 10 weeks.
2. The device must be in direct contact with the pregnant mother’s skin and used with sorbolene, hand lotion or face cream to conduct the sound.
3. The fetal heartbeat and sounds can be recorded to a computer, saved, replayed or emailed to friends and family.
4. The normal heart rate of an unborn baby is 120-160BPM. The detector is not a diagnostic device and you should consult your doctor if you are concerned about any aspect of your pregnancy or if sudden changes occur.
Does this product come with the Doppler gel?
No. Professional Doppler gel is not required with the angelsounds doppler, as it can be abrasive, acidic and irritating to the skin. Sorbolene, hand or baby lotions are just as effective.
Is this product safe and registered?
Yes, there are so many dopplers available online and very few of them have the strict quality control required by Australian Law. Our AngelSounds Doppler is fully registered with the Australian TGA - ARTG 236029, so you can buy with confidence. You are purchasing a high quality, safe and reliable home-use doppler.
Remember, a fetal doppler is not an ultrasound machine. An ultrasound uses very powerful probes (5-10MZ) at a much higher output level, whereas a fetal doppler only uses a 3MHZ probe at a much lower output level. For this reason, fetal dopplers are unable to detect a heartbeat before 8 weeks, and usually not before 10-12 weeks.
In addition, a fetal doppler should not be used as a substitute for regular prenatal care by your doctor or midwife. Any concerns about your pregnancy should be discussed with your medical practitioner.
Detection of a fetal heartbeat is not always an indication of a healthy pregnancy. Regular patterns of fetal movement and Mother's blood pressure are important indicators of a healthy pregnancy.
Postage and Handling
Your AngelSounds Mini Doppler will be lodged with Australia Post or Sendle.com Couriers on the same day (if ordered by 8am EST) or by the next business day, GUARANTEED. Too many online sellers are based overseas and will take 3-10 days just to dispatch your order. Snotty Noses prides itself on being a local business with excellent dispatch services.
Standard delivery for this product is $8.95, or Express Post $11.95, or free standard shipping for orders over $199, so stock up on essentials.
NOTE for EXPRESS POST: Some areas of Australia will be delivered the next business day, other regional areas will take 2-3 days.
Same day, local pick up is available from Woolloongabba, Brisbane.
Our Business- Your Confidence
Customers trust their purchase from us. We have sold thousands of Angelsounds Dopplers and we value each and every sale, by offering outstanding customer service, fast dispatch, and a safe and reliable product. We used this device during our own pregnancies, so we know how reassuring and delightful it is!
Disclaimer: We are not doctors or healthcare professionals. Our products are offered for sale with general use guidelines provided by the manufacturer. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, and/or take the place of medical treatment prescribed by a doctor or medical professional. Please consult your health care professional for any concerns or changes during your pregnancy.
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Fetal Doppler FAQs
How to use a fetal Doppler?
A fetal Doppler is a device that checks and records the baby’s heartbeat. You can start monitoring the heartbeat of the baby from the 12th week of pregnancy. Some mothers say that they have heard the monitoring as early as the 10th week, but it can be difficult before the 12th week. Our fetal Doppler works best in monitoring the baby’s heartbeat from the 14th week.
To use a fetal Doppler, you want to be flat on a couch – a massage table can also do. Again, a full bladder may help you catch the small foetus’s heartbeat. Use sorbolene lotion to help maximize static reduction but avoid ultrasound gel because it can be acidic, irritating, and abrasive. Find the mother’s heartbeat first, to help you understand the type of sound produced by the doppler. Start looking for the baby’s heart rate low down on the pubic bone as you work your way up gently towards the belly button.
When looking for the heart rate, ensure you gently rock the probe side to side ensuring you don’t miss any areas within the bottom area of your stomach until you can hear the heartbeat. A fetal heartbeat is much faster than the mother’s own heartbeat, so you will know you are not confusing the 2 heartbeats.
Can you use a lotion with a fetal Doppler?
Yes, you should use a sorbolene style lotion or hand lotion with a fetal Doppler. It helps reduce static effects and enables smooth movement over the skin.
What sounds can you hear with a baby Doppler?
A fetal Doppler can pick the sound of a beating heart as well as swishing fluid and hiccups. So you want to be able to distinguish between these sounds. It can also pick up your own heartbeat; however, the foetus’ heartbeat is usually faster than the mothers – ranging from 120 to 180 bpm while yours as the mother would be about 60 to 100 bpm.
How often can you use a fetal Doppler?
The fetal doppler is registered with TGA Australia as a safe medical device, which can be used for a few minutes each day. It’s important to note the doppler is not an ultrasound machine. An ultrasound machine uses very powerful probes (5-10MHz) at a much higher output level, whereas a fetal doppler only uses a 3MHz probe at a much lower output level.
Why should I get a fetal Doppler?
A fetal Doppler is important because it provides you with peace of mind and reassurance that your baby is still growing and is safe in the womb. It offers great joy to the expectant mother and the families. The device helps you listen to the foetus’s heartbeat at home and you can share the sounds with your friends and family for many years to come.
It is not the only indicator of fetal health, and from 19 weeks, daily fetal movement patterns should also be monitored. Any concerns should be reported to your medical specialist.