Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Intelligender Review: Was It Right for Baby #4?

Thank you Intelligender for the Test to help with this review

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.

The first time I heard about Intelligender was while I was pregnant with our 2nd child. I already knew the gender so there was no need for a test, but when I became pregnant with baby #3 I knew it was a must! While I don't have access to the Intelligender review with Macyn, my test was wrong and said she'd be a boy. Even though the test was wrong, I knew there's only a 50/50 chance and wanted to try again with baby #4 to see if this time it could be accurate like so many other's I've seen in the past. 

Thanks to Brenda from The Small Things for the use of her photo on the right above!

This test is over all pretty simple to take. Each kit comes with a syringe and the little jar with the crystals that you insert your urine in. 

When you're at least 10 weeks along, you'll want to use first morning urine to perform this test. Looking back, I don't think I was quite 10 weeks along with Macyn like I thought and I truly believe that's why my test was wrong. 

I took this test at 10 weeks 1 day pregnant. This time I knew for sure how far along I was and anxious to test! After collecting the morning urine, you fill the syringe, take the tab off the top of the cup, insert the urine and gently swirl for 30 seconds. 

After the 30 seconds of swirling, you simply set the test on a flat surface and walk away for five minutes until its done. It's preferred that you put it on a white surface so that no other colors possibly interfere with the shade the test appears to be. 

After the five minutes are up, go see what shade you have!
Green indicates boy and orange indicates girl!

Is anyone surprised at this point that it says girl? I'm not! While I hid this result from just about everyone, I knew that with a girl result, I was more likely to have an accurate test. A girl result is considered more accurate because the boy result is also the default if the test is done wrong like being too early, taking medicines that interfere, or not using it correctly. 

So.... was it right?!?!

I'm really happy that Intelligender was correct for me this time. I'm the perfect example of showing that the test is truly 50/50 since I've had one wrong result with Macyn and now this correct result with Mya. I'm also happy that I was able to show a correct girl result since a friend of mine had a correct boy result that was posted over a year ago, and then Lakeon's correct boy result posted last Fall. 

You can purchase an Intelligender Gender Prediction Test directly from their website for $27.99 or $24.47 when you purchase 2+ at one time. You can also find them in local stores like CVS, Walgreens, and even some Babies R Us stores. 


Lindsey said...

IF and that's a big IF, IF we have another baby - I so want to do this! How funnnn!

And congrats on Baby Girl #4, Michelle!