If you’re like most moms, you can’t wait for your next doctor’s appointment to hear and see your baby’s heartbeat. Hearing your baby’s heartbeat is not only comforting, but helps reinforce your bond with your little one.
What if there was a way to listen to the sounds your baby makes whenever you want – even at home? Womb Music makes this all possible with a portable heartbeat doppler that’s not only affordable, but highly effective.
Table of Contents
- Womb Music lets you hear your baby’s heartbeat, hiccups and kicks
- Two sets of earbuds included
- Personalized lullaby album
- Built with ultra-clear audio sound
- Safe and non-evasive
- Compact design
- Includes computer recording cable
Our Personal Review of the Womb Music Baby Doppler
If you’re like most moms, you can’t wait to meet your new baby. Before you go into labor, you can start bonding with your baby and listening to his or her heartbeat. Womb Music is a portable doppler that not only lets you hear your baby’s heartbeat, but also lets you hear your baby’s movement, kicks and hiccups.
We received Womb Music as a gift during our first pregnancy, and we were so elated to use it. It picks up on even the slightest movements and sounds, and it was so fun to share our recordings with friends and family as the pregnancy progressed. But the most wonderful thing about this doppler is that even after our son was born, we still had those recordings of his heartbeat and kicks.
Womb Music helps you create lasting memories. And the device itself couldn’t be easier to use.
First, we want to note that this device is safe to use and completely non-invasive. You won’t have to worry about it hurting your baby. The way it works is very similar to the sonogram machine that you see in your doctor’s office. Simply apply lubricating gel to your belly, and glide the Womb Music device across your belly until you pick up a heartbeat.
You may have to search around a bit to find a heartbeat if your baby moves around a lot (mine did!).
Just so you know, lubricating gel is not included, so you’ll need to purchase that separately. We used TheraSonic LS5288 Conductive Gel with this device, and never had an issue picking up on our son’s heartbeat.
The device comes with two sets of headphones, so you and your partner can both listen to your baby’s heartbeat and movements. And the manufacturer includes a computer recording cable, so you can save the sounds to your computer for future enjoyment.
- Easy to use
- Allows you to record your baby’s heartbeat and movement
- Comes with two headphones, so you and your partner can listen
- Safe and noninvasive
- Compact design makes it easy to carry
- Comes with a personalized lullaby album
- Not ideal before the 16th week of pregnancy
The only issue we had with this at home Doppler is that it’s not as effective if you use it before the 16th week of your pregnancy. If you try using this device before 16 weeks, it’s unlikely that you’ll pick up a heartbeat or any movement. Remember, a baby’s heartbeat can’t be detected by a professional sonogram until at least 8 weeks, so be patient and wait until the timing is right to start using Womb Music.
Womb Music is a fantastic gift for pregnant couples and those who have had troubled pregnancies in the past. This easy-to-use device allows you to hear your baby’s heartbeat and movements, so you can ensure that your baby is okay. It also allows you to bond with your little one, and share your recordings with friends and family all throughout your pregnancy. Once your baby is born, you can share these recording of this special time in your child’s life.
And you get two sets of headphones, so you and your partner can share in the joy of hearing your baby’s heartbeat, kicks and movements.
We highly recommend this doppler to any couple expecting a child.