It's a urine test that predicts the sex of your baby!
Have you used it? Was it correct?
cantaloupe / 6610 posts
I completely forgot, but I used one...A different brand...I can't remember the name but you can use it early- like 8 or 10 weeks...Mine was right! it said girl!
grapefruit / 4311 posts
I wouldn't be able to convince myself to spend the money, but I so wanna try that
nectarine / 2522 posts
@runnerd: it's 3 times as expensive in Australia... if only I didn't take a gazillion pregnancy tests i might be able to afford it! lol
@Mrs squirreld: haha, yea that sucks on price diff! oh, I looked at my HSA account today and I spent nearly $100 on pregnancy tests in jan, most of that after I already had a positive
@runnerd: scarey huh! I don't even want to add it up!!
This is what I used- less expensive than intelligender and you can use as early as 6 weeks. I used it really early and it was right...
@Mrs squirreld: i also remember that I bought it directly from the co site, not amazon, and I had googled coupon codes and found like a 30 or 40% off code...It ended up being like $10 and that's why I did it...So google coupon codes if you try it!
grapefruit / 4819 posts
Ok, somewhat off topic and I have no idea if it's correct, but I just saw on Pinterest (yes, this is how scientific my 'facts' are) that the placement of the placenta from the very earliest scans are 97% accurate in determining gender. Apparently if it is on the right side of your uterus, it means boy, left side girl; however, when looking at your scan photos, you need to reverse that if it was an external scan, as it is a mirror image; an internal scan will be correct as is.
Like I said, I have no idea if it is true or not, I just saw it on Pinterest late the other night and thought it was interesting. Also, fwiw, it was accurate for me from my NT scan, but it's supposed to be accurate from 6 weeks on. Who knows?
@Ree723: @marionberry just wrote a post about this too!
Oh too funny! I'm going to do some research now and see if there is any truth to it!
blogger / pomelo / 5400 posts
Save your money! Read the reviews -- it's like flipping a coin. Half the customers will be happy, and the rest will be pissed.
@Ree723: I'm totally going to aswell to suss it out on my next scan!
clementine / 961 posts
It was wrong for me. We were team green but I did it for fun. It said boy but I had a girl.
pomegranate / 3192 posts
It said boy for me, and we're having a boy. I read the reviews on Amazon though and it sounds like it usually says boy, so I think it's pretty unreliable! And it's expensive!
bananas / 9973 posts
I wanted to try those, but we found out gender at 12 weeks so I didn't have to wait too long. A cheaper alternative if you want to try it just for fun - the baking soda/urine test!
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