Accurate baby gender results you can trust
Can’t wait to learn your baby’s gender? Join over 150,000 satisfied pregnant women who have gotten an early SneakPeek into the future with the easy-to-use, at-home gender blood test that is clinically proven to be 99.1% accurate at 8 weeks into pregnancy.
Now you can know sooner than ever before.
Knowing if you’re having a boy or girl early can help you plan ahead. SneakPeek makes it easy with the only simple blood test you can take at home, and get the gender results by email. Just purchase your at-home gender prediction test online, collect your DNA blood sample following the instructions in the early gender test kit, and mail it back to us. If you prefer to go to participating OB/GYNs or ultrasound clinics to have a sample of your blood drawn, we’ve got you covered with SneakPeek Clinical. Either way, you’ll get your results by email in days so you can prepare for your little one and celebrate with family and friends.
Who can take SneakPeek?
• SneakPeek is proven to be 99.1% accurate at 8 weeks into pregnancy. If you’re not 8 weeks pregnant yet, no worries! The gender test kit is good for a year, just hold on to it and take the gender test at home when you’re at 8 weeks into pregnancy or more.
• If you’re currently breastfeeding, that won’t affect the SneakPeek test results. SneakPeek looks for male chromosomes in the fetal DNA found in mom’s blood. Because breastfeeding is a hormonal change that has no impact on genetics, it has no impact on the gender blood test accuracy or results.
• If you had a boy in a previous pregnancy, that won’t affect your gender reveal test results, either. Fetal DNA disappears from mom’s bloodstream within 3 days of giving birth, so have no fear, the analysis for your current pregnancy will be correct!
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Results You Can Trust
How does your blood sample become a boy or girl test result? During pregnancy, fetal DNA is released by the placenta into mom’s bloodstream. SneakPeek tests for male chromosomes in the fetal DNA found in mom’s blood. Moms normally have only female chromosomes, so if male chromosomes are detected in the DNA of the fetus, baby is a boy. If no male chromosomes are detected in the DNA of the fetus, baby is a girl.
• 99.1% accurate at 8 weeks into pregnancy
• Backed by clinical research
• Proven safe for both mom and baby
• Developed by scientific experts
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SneakPeek tests for male chromosomes in the fetal DNA found in mom’s blood, so it's very important to keep your sample clean of outside male DNA. In-depth instructions are provided in our test kit, but in summary: 1) Clean and sanitize a flat surface on which to place the test kit, 2) Thoroughly wash both hands and under all fingernails, and let them air dry, 3) Ensure no males (even male animals!) touch the test kit components. These steps help ensure any male DNA found by SneakPeek is from fetal DNA.
Yes you can! The test kit is good for a year, with an expiration date at the bottom of every box. Just leave the plastic wrap on, and only open the kit when you're ready to take the test.
Yes! See our test eligibility calculator. You can take the SneakPeek Test when you are 8 weeks into pregnancy, which is 8 weeks after the first day of your Last Menstrual Period (LMP), or 32 weeks before your Estimated Due Date (EDD). The test eligibility calculator makes it easy to see if you're eligible.
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1In laboratory testing, SneakPeek accurately determined fetal sex in 99.1% of 108 pregnant women at 8 weeks gestational age. See the peer-reviewed study in the International Journal of Pregnancy and Childbirth (Int J Pregn & Chi Birth. 2019; 5(4):135-137). In a separate laboratory test, fetal sex was accurately determined in 99.6% of 241 pregnant women at 9 weeks gestational age and later into pregnancy. See the peer-reviewed study in the Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health. (J Preg Child Health. 2017; 4:358).