Available at large retailers including Walgreens, Target, CVS/Pharmacy, and Rite-Aid, and online at www.intelligender.com
Reviewed by Summer Thorp-Lancaster
I was excited to get home and test out the Intelligender Gender Prediction Test. My husband and I are not having an ultrasound to find out the sex of our baby, so when asked if I wanted to test/review, I said “Sure!”
I very carefully opened the package and was shocked to see what appeared, at first glance, to be a huge list of very detailed instructions. Upon further inspection, though, I realized the instructions were actually very simple and well laid out. Of important note are the several warnings that women who are dealing with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or those who have used Progesterone in the last ten days should NOT use this test, as they will most certainly receive a BOY result. Also of note is the recommendation to avoid intercourse for 48 hours prior to taking the test or else a BOY result will most likely occur (thanks to husband for being such a good sport).
All in all, I found the directions laid out clearly and easily followed them to an easy to read result. According to the company, laboratory trials averaged a 90% accuracy rate. The website includes a Sample Results page, where you can compare your results with others to verify. I do suggest that mothers with toddlers lock the bathroom door, as my two year old found the canister fascinating and had to be held back from touching.
Unfortunately, we’ll all have to wait until March or April to find out the accuracy of my BOY result. 🙂