Girl or Boy? Find out at 8 weeks into pregnancy with the SneakPeek Early Baby Gender Blood Test

SneakPeek Gender Test is the only 99.1% accurate1 blood test that lets you know your baby’s gender in as little as 72 hours.

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SneakPeek At-Home

Know your baby’s gender at just 8 weeks into pregnancy with our 99.1% accurate at-home early gender blood test.1 Take the test and get your emailed results, all from the comfort of your own home.

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SneakPeek Fetal Doppler

Check in on baby in between doctor visits with our portable and easy-to-use Fetal Doppler. Hear your baby at home or on the go, and easily share with others.

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In case you were wondering:

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In 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).

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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.

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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.

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Yes! See our pregnancy 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 pregnancy calculator makes it easy to see if you're eligible.

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