The easiest way for pregnant women to check on baby at home in between doctor visits.
Hear your baby’s heartbeat and unique sounds earlier anytime, anywhere with SneakPeek® At-home Baby Heart Monitor. Package Includes: Fetal Heart Monitor, Earphones, Recording Cable, Electrode Gel, User Guide, 9V Battery + Free Shipping.
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• Baby Heartbeat Monitor
• Detects full range of sound
• Monitor baby movement
• Record heartbeat
• Safe & noninvasive
• Compact & portable device
• Listen to kick counts
• Hear hiccups
• Earphone jack
• Built-in speaker
• FDA Cleared
SneakPeek Fetal Doppler makes your pregnancy even more real as you experience the joy of hearing your unborn baby’s heartbeat for the first time. The new, sleek, state-of-the-art design of our doppler device allows any expectant mom to bond with their baby in the comfort of their home or on the go at just 13 weeks pregnant.
With the at-home Baby Heart Monitor, you can listen to the unique sounds your baby makes including your baby’s heart rate, movements, hiccups, and more throughout the weeks of your pregnancy. Share baby’s sounds with the external monitoring speaker or use the headphones for a more intimate experience. No need for a visit to the doctor for an ultrasound to listen to your baby’s heart when you have an at-home doppler. Expectant parents can connect with their baby easily. It’s as simple as holding the Baby Heart Monitor to your belly.
Bonding with your baby throughout the weeks of your pregnancy will lead to a greater connection with your child. Pregnant women can consider the baby fetal doppler their own hand-held ultrasound. The SneakPeek fetal heart doppler is easy-to-use and safe for a mother’s health, making the device an essential for you to connect with your unborn baby during your pregnancy.
For many pregnant women, the joy of feeling their baby moving inside them not only provides a sense of comfort, but also the long-term effects of motherly bonding with their future child. The movement of the fetus begins as early as 13-16 weeks into pregnancy, and from there, it’s only a matter of time before your little one starts practicing karate.
As your baby is getting a feel for you, you can also start to get to know your baby! As early as 13 weeks into pregnancy, SneakPeek’s At-Home Fetal Doppler allows you to hear your baby’s heartbeat from the comfort of your couch.
Connection – Baby heart monitors allow you to connect with your baby sooner than ever. Fetal heart monitoring gives you the chance to make an intimate connection with your baby that wasn’t readily available for previous generations. It’s your own personal stethoscope into the sounds a baby makes before coming into the world. Babies can begin to hear sounds outside of the womb around 18 weeks into pregnancy.
Reassurance – Having a safe, easy-to-use fetal doppler at home allows peace of mind for the expectant mother and baby’s health and wellness in between doctor visits.
Portability – This handheld device is powered by batteries meaning you can take it with you on the go!
The doppler monitor works by using sound waves to identify moving objects. A phenomenon known as the "Doppler Effect," the sound waves adjust based upon whether the object is moving toward or away from you. The device provides audio output from the back and forth movement of the heartbeat.
The FDA confirmed there are no known risks of using an at-home fetal doppler because ultrasound technology doesn't use ionizing radiation. Despite this, there are some precautions to understand about the usage of these devices, namely that this is not a replacement for regular doctors visits.
Don't panic. Sometimes the position of the baby can make it difficult to hear a baby's heartbeat, even for a trained physician. This is why we recommend testing the doppler on your own heartbeat first in order to get a feel for things. If you're still having trouble hearing the heartbeat, try different positions -- it might be easier to find your baby's heartbeat lying down, reclined, or sitting upright. Do not apply additional pressure. Only a light amount of pressure is needed to successfully operate the baby doppler. If you're pressing too hard, this could cause your growing baby discomfort.