Why should I choose this gender test?

Our test has the following distinct advantages

  • It is the only laboratory based non-invasive DNA gender prediction test available worldwide that is performed on a few drops of blood.
  • Our accuracy levels of over 95% makes our test amongst the most accurate tests.
  • Our test is ready in just 6 working days.

How early can I carry out the gender prediction test?

The fetal gender can be known as early as 9 weeks of pregnancy, starting from the first day of your last menstrual period using our baby gender test. This is the fastest method available for determining the sex of your baby. You will need to have a good idea of when you conceived; please refer how to calculate the date of conception to understand more.

You can use our pregnancy calculator to help you calculate your dates. We always recommend consulting your gynecologist or family doctor should you be unsure.

How fast will I receive the results?

Results are normally issued within 8 working days from the receipt of the samples at the laboratory.

What will my results state?

Results are clear and easy to understand. They will clearly state whether the analysis detected the presence of any male DNA or not.

How much blood will be required?

Our test just required a few drops of blood which are to be collected using the lancet inside our kit. Once you have pierced the tip of your finger, you may collect the blood drops onto the blood collection card. The puncture caused by the lancet is so slight that you may not even note the blood and may have to stimulate the blood flow by pressing the tip of your finger. This will help produce some blood droplets.

We suggest you visit our Sample Collection Guide for more information on how to collect your sample.

How long can I keep the blood specimen for?

We recommend sending off the blood sample as soon as possible. Make sure the blood sample on the blood collection card is allowed to dry well and do not expose the samples to temperatures above 50°C as this can alter the blood sample.

I have heard of a home urine kit that can help determine the sex of the baby. Do they work?

There are some home urine kits which claim to be able to instantly tell you the sex of your unborn child. These tests generally require the first morning urine which is mixed with a solution provided in the kit. The test relies on detecting certain hormones which pass out with the maternal urine. The hormones react to the solution to produce a different colour depending if the baby is a boy or a girl. The accuracy or reliability of this test can never be compared to analytical testing in a laboratory in terms of accuracy. The actual accuracy levels have also been questioned.

Are there any factors that may affect the accuracy of this test that cannot be controlled?

This test has few precautions but these need to be strictly followed. If you have had a miscarriage within the past 3 months or a miscarriage in the past 18 months you not take this test. This test is also not intended for individuals with hemophilia, bone marrow transplants, or anyone taking medications to treat blood disorders.

Can I just use an ultrasound for baby gender testing?

It is not uncommon for pregnant women to rely on ultrasounds as a means of determining the sex of the unborn baby. The issue with an ultrasound is that it is not uncommon for them to give the wrong or indeterminate results especially in the earlier stages of pregnancy. If you want scientifically certified information on the gender of your baby at an early stage of your pregnancy then you need to perform a baby gender test.

Do you sell the test in India or China?

EasyDNA does not sell this test in China or India; nor have we provided any license for the sale of our product to either of these countries. If the test is being sold locally in either of these markets, it is not an authorized sale and we do not support this.

What are the terms and conditions for your baby gender test?

The terms and conditions for our baby gender test can be found by clicking here.
Baby Gender Test
Sample Collection Guidelines for Baby Gender Testing
The Science behind the Gender Prediction Test
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