We have found the best time to perform the test is between 10 and 36 weeks of pregnancy. This is 6 weeks from your last missed period. How accurate is the test? In laboratory tests, IntelliGender’s G.P.T. is proven to be over 90% accurate. Since November 2006, however, our real-world results have been tracking at 82%. Factors that could affect the accuracy include: failing to use the first morning’s urine, not following instructions provided in the kit, and diluting urine from drinking excessive liquid within 3 hours of performing the test.
If you have identical twins, the test will indicate boy or girl based on the green or orange colour. If you are having fraternal twins or multiples, you can assume that all babies are female if you achieve a girl result. A boy result will simply mean that at least one baby is male.
We recommend that you do not test while on Progesterone (wait 10 days from the last dose) or at all if you have PCOS, as you will likely get a “boy” result, and we cannot represent the accuracy of this result.
Preliminary tests indicate that there may be a link between false boy results and recent sexual intimacy. We recommend refraining from such activity for at least 48 hours prior to taking the test.
So long as you are not drinking excessive liquids during the night, you may use the urine that is voided at the time of waking for the day. Try to be sure it has been at least 2-1/2 hours since the last voiding.
No. This is not a pregnancy test. You should perform an initial in-home pregnancy test (E.P.T.) and, subsequently, see your doctor for their medical blood test determination.
No! Prenatal care is very important. You should see your healthcare provider on a regular basis throughout your pregnancy to ensure the health of you and your baby. There is much more your doctor looks for than just the sex of your baby.
Doctors are not typically concerned with the gender of your baby. Their primary focus is always on you and your baby’s health. If they must know the baby’s gender for medical reasons, they have their own established medical procedures to perform. Just as the in-home pregnancy (E.P.T.) test is not used by doctors to confirm pregnancy, we do not expect our G.P.T. to be used by doctors as a way to confirm gender. Our product is designed to be a fun process for Mums-to-be to participate in and should not be the basis for any future medical, financial, or emotional decisions.
A small amount of additional urine should not affect the test.
Do not remove contents. Do not attempt to use the damaged kit. Contact us upon receipt of the damaged test kit, and we will rush you another test kit. Do not return to the store.
You can buy your Intelligender Gender Prediction kit online or find one of our retailers.
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