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Answer: At your next prenatal visit, you may be able to hear your baby's rapid heartbeat with the help of a Doppler, a handheld ultrasound device that your doctor or midwife places on your belly. The beating of your baby's tiny heart sounds like the thunder of galloping horses, and hearing it for the first time can be very moving.
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