Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Intelligender Review {Sponsor Spotlight} #HoppinHoliday

IntelliGender’s Gender Prediction Test is an affordable, simple-to-use urine test that provides immediate gender results in the privacy and comfort of the home. In minutes, the IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test indicates your gender result based upon an easy to read color match.  Green indicates boy and orange indicates girl! As early as 10 weeks into your pregnancy (8 weeks post- conception)! Most women find out the sex of their baby at their 20-week sonogram as long as Baby chooses to cooperate. IntelliGender bridges the curiosity gap between conception and sonogram.


Before taking the test, make sure to read over ALL of the instructions inside of the box to get the most accurate result. The IntelliGender Prediction Test claims to be 90% accurate if all steps are followed correctly. An orange to yellow result means girl while a green result means boy.

I took the Intelligender test at 10 weeks and 1day into my pregnancy. Using my first morning urine, I collected the amount of urine needed into the syringe included in the box and slowly dispensed it into the hole on top of the cup as the instructions said. I swirled the mixture in a circular motion for 10 seconds and placed the cup on a white piece of paper. After waiting the 5 minutes, I came back to see...
a BOY result! We were so excited and couldn't wait until my ultrasound at 19 weeks so see if Intelligender had worked. After a long 9 week wait, we had an ultrasound done and found out we were having a baby...


BOY!!!!

Intelligender was correct for us! But please remember that the test is not 100% accurate.  IntelliGender is committed to providing fun products for moms along their pregnancy journey.  If your gender result proves to be wrong and you feel that this will in any way cause emotional stress, the gender prediction test may not be for you.

This test also works if you're having twins! If you are having identical twins, the test works just like testing a single baby. However if the babies are fraternal twins, typically study results indicate that if the test indicates GIRL than one can assume the babies are all girls. If the test results indicate boy, than one can assume at least one of the babies is a boy. Some studies have indicated that with fraternal twins, and the test indicates BOY in less than the first five minutes of the undisturbed period, it is most likely all the babies are boys.

Factors that may alter the results:
Consuming excessive amounts of liquid within three hours of performing the test, shaking the test versus swirling, not disturbing the test during the 10 minute wait period, having unprotected sex within 48 hours prior to taking the test. Also, pregnant women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome are most likely to receive a BOY result so the test is not able to accurately predict the proper gender. Women taking Progesterone are recommended not to take the test while on Progesterone unless the test is taken after 10 days from last dose.


You can purchase these tests on their website for $28 or in local stores such as Walgreens, Babies R Us, CVS, and more!


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11 comments:

Domestically Seasoned said...

So exciting on the news. We found out on Tuesday that we are having another boy!

Priscilla Benavides said...

I was very excited for you when I read that you were having a boy! We are having a baby girl but the intelligender had said I was having a boy though but I sure was happy to find out it was acutally a girl because it was what we were hoping for since we have already have three boys!

Devon F said...

I am just learning of this awesome product & would love to test it out when baby #2 happens! :)

Samantha Cuhel said...

I didn't know about intelligender when I was pregnant with my son, but I'm hoping to try it out when we conceive #2!

Alex Liz R. said...

I have never used intelligender but would love to give it a try!

polly said...

have never used it but my son & daughter in law are expecting #2 so this would be great for them

Kelly A. Tanner said...

This is a very cool test! I am pregnant and would love to try this out! Thanks!

angela reed said...

no i have never used. never heard of it till now

Gianna said...

I would love to try this before my ultrasound!

MissMannah said...

I have never used it but I am dying to as we are trying to get pregnant!

A Roach said...

I have never used it! I would like to try