Fetal myocardial performance index are used to assess aspects of systolic and diastolic function in developing fetal heart. The aim of this study was to determine normal values of fetal left ventricular (LV) Tei Index (TI) for measuring systolic performance and K-Index (KI) for diastolic performance in early (<32 weeks), Mid (32-35 weeks) and late trimester (35-41 weeks) normal fetuses and fetuses with congenital heart diseases (CHD). Simultaneous recordings of Doppler Ultrasound Signal (DUS) of the LV outflow tracts and fetal electrocardiogram signals were obtained in 57 normal and 14 fetuses with CHD. CHDs were categorized in two types (conduction pathway abnormalities [8 cases] and structural anomalies [6 cases]). The LV isovolumic contraction time (ICT), isovolumic relaxation time (IRT), ventricular ejection time (VET) and ventricular filling time (VFT) were measured from amplitudes and peaks of high frequency component of DUS signals by an automated model. The TI and the new index were calculated by using the formula (ICT + IRT)/VET and (ICT + IRT)/VFT respectively. The TI did not show any significant change from CHD (conduction) to CHD (structural) fetuses (0.72± 0.09 vs 0.76±0.02; NS). On the other hand, KI showed significant decline in values (0.82±0.24 vs 0.49±0.34; p<0.05) during normal development period and CHD with structural anomalies particularly. The correlation of KI with gestational ages was found to be negative and significant (r=- 0.29; p=0.025). Both TI and KI can be easily obtained in the fetus from DUS recording without the need for precise anatomic imaging. In conclusion, KI may be a useful tool to explore the healthy development of fetal myocardial function and identify fetuses with CHD (structural). More research is needed to check if KI could recognize the compromised fetuses from normal ones in future.