What was your babies heart rate at 9 weeks?

What was your baby heartbeat when you were pregnant… And what was the gender??? I’m just curious I’m was nine weeks when I got my first heartbeat and it was 160


My daughter and boys both ran around 150

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My daughters stayed in the 160s

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I didn’t hear mine till 21 weeks & his was 169. I heard both my girls right away and they were both 163 & 167.

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My son was in the 160s

160 is pretty average for 9 weeks. Heart rate doesn’t determine gender.

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My son’s was in the 180s at 9 weeks and then leveled off to around the 140s for about the rest of the pregnancy

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Both my girl and boy we’re 160s

160 boy
140 girl
130 girl

All 3 of my babies had heartbeats in the 160 range. I have one boy and two girls.

150s for both of my boys

My sons was always in the 160s, my daughters was always in the 140s

Both of my babies were 160 and up and I had a girl and boy

My daughter was around 150. Im pregnant with my son now its around 140 to 150

My little boys was always between 160-180

My baby’s heart beat was 194 at 8 weeks and 5 days… Unfortunately it died a few days later :sweat: no clue if the gender because it was so early in the pregnancy.

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My daughter was in the 140’s in the second trimester but dropped into the 120’s in the third trimester.

  1. I was bleeding out and I thought I lost her. They told me that she had a strong heartbeat :heart:

How messed up is it that I’ve never been able to hear my babies heartbeats that early. Even at 12 weeks (the earliest I’ve heard any of my babies heartbeat and ive had 7) was about 180. I was a little shocked but my ob said it will slow a little as baby gets bigger and gave me the hummingbird v bear heart rate difference speech.

140’s boy (currently) I dont remember my daughters

I was also 9 weeks when I had my first ultrasound. Heartbeat was 165 and I had a boy.

Both of my kiddos were in the 160 range at 10wks. Both are boys

My son was in the 140s my entire pregnancy

Mine was 158 and it was a boy

Old wives tale is if it’s over 165 it’s a girl, not that i believe it

High 160’s Had a Girl, 19 years ago

160 and ended up being a boy
My daughters was 140

155 boy my daughter was 180

Between 160-170. I had a girl. Her heartbeat fluctuated depending on my pain level when the heartbeat was being taken. I had a herniated disc and severely pinched sciatic nerve my whole pregnancy.

178 at 8 weeks and I’m 36 weeks with a boy, it started to slow down after 16weeks and now stays 130-150

My first daughters heart rate was in the 160’s but my second daughters was around 140-150. She’s currently around the 130s.

My daughter’s was always in the 155-180 range

Heart rate has nothing to do with the sex of your baby. It’s an old wives tale. The heart rate will range through the entire pregnancy and even through the day.

U can go by Chinese gender calendar too it was right for me and my sister! The age you conceived and the month you conceived and then look it up on the Chinese gender calendar… I always was in the high 140’s and I had a boy but someone I know was 167 and she also had boy

Old wives tale for sure. I have two girls and my oldest was always 155-165 and my youngest was always 130-145. Doesn’t mean anything!

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150s I believe, it’s a boy

Heart rate doesn’t indicate gender. I had high rates with all my girls think 150-165. This pregnancy which is number four I was at 148. No idea gender yet

Mine I was 155-165 and it was a girl :sparkling_heart::sparkling_heart::sparkling_heart: boys heart rates are much slower

170s and I had a boy. His heart rate slowly went down to 140-150

168 and anywhere between 160-168 until I was 20 weeks, then all of a sudden between 144-150, and I’m having a boy in December! Both my girls were consistently in the 160’s through the whole pregnancy!

Steady 140’s for my girls and steady 160’s for my boys

My oldest is 21 weeks now, her heartbeat at 16 weeks was 167 and then it was 156. She is having a boy. His heart beat stays around the 155 to 167.

Mines in between 130-140 I’m having a girl

I’m 27 weeks with a baby girl and her heartbeat is 156.

  1. Boy :blue_heart:
    145 Boy :blue_heart:

167 boy💙 they say girls are high and boys are low but my sons was always high until it was closer to my due date

My boy stayed in the 140s, both my girls stayed (and is staying, currently pregnant)in the 150s.

Both my boy and girl had 144 at my 20 weeks ultrasound since the beginning I for sure thought he was a girl like my first child since his heart rate was the same as her but nope he’s a boy! :slightly_smiling_face:

Mine were all 3 right around 155 and my kiddos are boy/girl/boy

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At 7 weeks and 11 weeks both scans the heart beat was 157 and she is a girl

My sons always fluctuated and the doctor said it was a good sign of a healthy heart. His always was around 145-160

According to the heartbeat theory I should not be a boy mom right now. He was supposed to be a girl apparently :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Eta: The chinese calender or whatever said he would be a female too. Nope!

Week 9 heart rate was 140. I’m 31 weeks now. 157 ish… baby girl!

178 and now 35 weeks 160. BOY :blue_heart:

Mine were always about 150-160
One of each.

181 and I had a boy :blue_heart:

My son was always 150-160.
My daughter has been 130-140.

10 weeks it was around 174 and it was a girl. Throughout the pregnancy, I never went below 150.

My first was 167 my second was 150 both are girls :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

Based on the the heartbeat theory, I was supposed to be born a male. I am not.

My son’s was always above 160.

My daughter was always around 130

My daughter was 140s this one idk gender yet was 170s

My son was always 140-150 and my daughter was always 160-170!

I don’t remember exactly but I believe it was right around 150. Doctor said it was a healthy heart beat

8 weeks 179 and I have a girl. :cherry_blossom:

Well I think they said 150 or higher a girl. My daughter was 156 and my son was in the 120s

Same heart rate for both my babies, boy and a girl. That is not always a factor as to what the gender is.