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Pregnancy is a very exciting event for most people. In the quest of becoming new parents, you may not be able to contain your excitement in finding out if you should decorate your baby's nursery in pink or blue.

Before the existence of newer technology - specifically gender prediction tests - you were expected to wait until you were at least 20 weeks along in your pregnancy before finding out the gender of the baby. Now, times are changing.

In almost every drug store or department store, you can find a gender prediction test right on the shelves of the family planning aisle. These tests enable you to find out the gender of the baby as early as 10 weeks gestation so you can begin planning for your newborn addition.

Gender Prediction Test Brands

There are a few well known gender prediction test brands out on the market.

One of the most popular is Intelligender, which promises that you will be able to use your first morning urine to determine if you are having a boy or a girl. You collect your morning urine and place the specified amount into the test vial. The test is color coded and offers two color results - green for boy, orange for girl. The makers of Intelligender recommend waiting until the 10th week of your pregnancy before attempting to take the test.

Gender Maker is another brand that is found on the market. This gender prediction test also uses the urine and promises to be as easy as a pregnancy test. Instead of the green and orange results, however, Gender Maker offers up a blue and pink result for displaying the gender results. Gender Maker also states that you can take the test as early as the 6th week of the baby's development and get a clear result. Continued below....

Baby Maker gender test requires collecting urine first thing in the morning, or when you have not gone to the restroom in at least five hours - this ensures the urine has an appropriate resting period. You will then pour the reagent into the vessel with the urine, swirl and wait two minutes for the urine to change colors. For this brand, green indicates girl and an orange or red color will indicate the baby is a boy.

Gender Prediction Test Reviews

While the idea of the gender test is appealing to many, the reviews state that the
test is less than accurate.

Many expectant women have revealed that they were having the opposite sex than what the gender prediction test revealed. If you are looking to take a gender prediction test, it is a good idea to follow up with your doctor at your 20 week visit to ensure that the results are correct. Postpone any shopping until you have received confirmation from your doctor as to the gender of the baby, or at least stick to gender-neutral items.

Gender Prediction Test Accuracy

Nothing is more accurate than a sonogram where the technician is able to find the anatomy that reveals whether the baby is a boy or girl. Some of the gender prediction test results may prove to be accurate, but it is a 50-50 chance with more women claiming their results were inaccurate as opposed to the 20-week sonogram. If you are looking for 100% accuracy, the best way to get those desired results are from your obstetrician. Otherwise, the gender prediction tests are a good source, albeit expensive, for fun.

Gender Prediction Test Myths

There are many myths that surround the gender prediction test. The tests are not always accurate, however, when they are users are not sure if it is actually because of the presence of chemicals in the urine or if the user was lucky on that particular day.

While there is science behind the gender prediction test, there has not been any correlation between science - namely chemistry - and being able to determine if the baby is a boy or girl in any other way rather than a sonogram.

Gender Prediction Test