- The SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test can tell expectant mothers whether they are welcoming a boy or a girl weeks before they can find out through an ultrasound.
- The test is 99.9% accurate in predicting the baby’s gender, and it’s safe for mother and baby.
What Is the SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test?
The SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test is a noninvasive, DNA-based prenatal test offered by ACRpoint Labs of Austin North. It lets expectant mothers know whether they are having a boy or a girl weeks earlier than is possible via ultrasound. The SneakPeek test for fetal sex is safe for mother and baby.
How Does the SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test Work?
During pregnancy, the placenta releases fetal DNA cells into the mother’s bloodstream. With the SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test, the mother’s healthcare provider submits a blood sample to the lab. When ARCpoint processes the test, it looks for male chromosomes in the blood. If male DNA is present, the baby is a boy since mothers typically only have female DNA. If no male chromosomes are present, the baby is a girl.
The mother receives the gender results of the SneakPeek gender test via email within a few days. The process is confidential, and we protect your privacy at every step. After all, this is your happy news to share only when you are ready!
Clients sometimes have questions about whether other factors might affect the results of this kind of baby gender test. You can generally expect reliable results from this non-invasive prenatal test as long as you are at least eight weeks into your pregnancy. SneakPeek offers an eligibility calculator to help you decide if you’re ready to take the test. Because it uses a blood sample, the SneakPeek test kit is not affected by hormonal changes, such as those that occur with breastfeeding. This kind of prenatal testing results is also not affected by having a boy in a previous pregnancy either since fetal DNA clears out of the mother’s bloodstream within three days of delivery.
How Accurate Is the SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test?
The SneakPeek blood test was 99.9% accurate in a large-scale study involving 1,029 pregnant women between seven and 37 weeks gestation. In a previous study, the SneakPeek test result was 99.1% accurate beginning at eight weeks into pregnancy. The test correctly predicted whether the baby would be a boy or girl in 1,028 out of 1,029 pregnancies. For this study, the operational definition of blood test accuracy was a match between the test’s prediction as to fetal sex and the baby’s gender at birth. SneakPeek is so confident in the accuracy of the test results that they offer a 100% money-back guarantee if it gives you an incorrect prediction.
Where Can I Learn More About the SneakPeek Early Gender DNA Test?
At ARCpoint Labs of Austin North, we’re proud to offer the SneakPeek clinical test to expectant parents and their families. We know how hard it is to wait for the exciting news from a gender test and how much easier it is to plan when you know whether to expect a boy or a girl. Now, you don’t have to wait for your 20-week ultrasound to share the happy news with family and friends. You can host that gender reveal party weeks earlier. Contact us or talk to your obstetrician today for more information on how to get your SneakPeek Early Gender Test started.