Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Results of the Intelligender Test

For fun, I thought I would take the Intelligender test now that I'm at 10 weeks.

The Intelligender test can be found in stores nationwide such as Target, CVS and Walgreens.

It is marketed in this way:

IntelliGender’s Gender Prediction Test™ ... a fun pre-birth experience for moms who can’t wait to know! Discover whether you’re having a baby boy or girl weeks before the sonogram can tell you.

IntelliGender’s Gender Prediction Test™ is an affordable, simple-to-use urine test that provides immediate gender results in the privacy and comfort of the home. In minutes, the IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test indicates your gender result based upon an easy to read color match.  Green indicates boy and orange indicates girl!  

As early as 10 weeks into your pregnancy (8 weeks post- conception)! Most women find out the sex of their baby at their 20-week sonogram as long as Baby chooses to cooperate. The Gender Prediction Test bridges the curiosity gap between conception and sonogram!

How it says it works:

IntelliGender's Gender Prediction Test™ is a simple urine analysis similar to the pregnancy test you took a few weeks ago.  It uses first morning urine and a proprietary mix of chemicals which reacts with a combination of hormones to indicate the gender of your baby.  It can be performed as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy (six weeks from the first day of the missed period). It is an easy test to perform and provides quick results in-home so the news can be shared right away.  

Laboratory results indicated a 90% accuracy rate and real world studies indicate an 82% accuracy rate. IntelliGender has an on-going commitment to further research and development to continually improve the test.  We welcome your comments and suggestions.  

IntelliGender reminds all pregnant moms that seeing an obstetrician early in the pregnancy is critical for the health of the mother and the baby and should follow the advice of their physician. 

You simply collect first morning urine and insert into the test vessel.  Swirl rapidly in a circular motion, place the test on a flat white surface undisturbed for minutes. Below are examples of test results:

And it closes it's FAQ with this:

Can I paint the baby’s room after the test results?
IntelliGender does not recommend test users to make any financial, emotional or family planning decisions based on the test results. This includes painting a nursery! 

So basically, take the result with a grain of salt ;)

Here is what my test looked like, I wish I would have taken a picture similar to the ones above, but the test smelled just awful once the urine mixed in with the chemical reactors and I couldn't stomach any more time around it lol.

If it matches the color on the left, Boy, the color on the right, Girl.  What do you think?


Alyssa said...


Leila said...

I took one at 17 weeks and it was right when it said boy. It looks like a boy to me too.

Jhon Smith said...

I agree with you for
Gender Prediction Testtopic. These test kits are scientifically proven in the laboratory and have chances of being nearly 95% accurate.