SneakPeek At-Home Early Gender Prediction Test
Discover your baby’s gender as early as 8 weeks into pregnancy. Accuracy guaranteed!1
The only 99.1% accurate1 at-home gender DNA test
Results starting at 8 weeks into pregnancy
Shipping – FREE!
From SneakPeek to you, via Express Delivery (1-2 business days2)
From you to Australia freight forwarder via Australia Post – Express Post (1 business day2)
From Australia freight forwarder to SneakPeek Labs via International Priority Overnight (1 business day2)
Results emailed 8 hours after sample arrives at SneakPeek Labs
2 Subject to mailing prior to daily postal cut-off and proximity to SneakPeek Labs or freight forwarder.
Fast. Simple. So exciting!
Your kit, lab testing, prepaid postage and test results wrapped into one low price.
Take the test
Collect your DNA sample using our easy instructions, included in the kit. Rather have help? Check out our full-service clinical option.
Send it in
Mail your sample back using the prepaid return envelope included with your kit. SneakPeek Labs uses state-of-the-art PCR technology to identify fetal sex with 99.1% accuracy.1
Get results fast
Your test is run at SneakPeek Labs within 8 hours of sample arrival, and the results are emailed to you immediately.
The science behind SneakPeek®
SneakPeek Test uses a noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) method to detect the baby’s DNA present in the mother’s body. If male Y-chromosome DNA is present, it’s a boy! If not, it’s a girl.
Questions you might have:
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).
During pregnancy, cell-free fetal DNA is released by the placenta and can be found in mom’s bloodstream. Using a small sample of mom’s blood, SneakPeek tests for the presence of male DNA (Y-chromosomes). Y-chromosomes would only be present if mom is pregnant with a boy. If no Y-chromosomes are found, mom is carrying a girl. This method is known as noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) and is safe for both mom and baby. See the peer-reviewed published study that indicates this test is 99.1% accurate as early as 8 weeks into pregnancy in the International Journal of Pregnancy and Childbirth (Int J Pregn & Chi Birth. 2019; 5(4):135-137).