Monday, May 21, 2012

Boy or Girl?

IntelliGender's Gender Prediction Test™ is a simple urine analysis similar to the pregnancy test you took a few weeks ago.  It uses first morning urine and a proprietary mix of chemicals which reacts with a combination of hormones to indicate the gender of your baby.  It can be performed as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy (six weeks from the first day of the missed period). It is an easy test to perform and provides quick results in-home so the news can be shared right away.  
IntelliGender reminds all pregnant moms that seeing an obstetrician early in the pregnancy is critical for the health of the mother and the baby and should follow the advice of their physician.
You simply collect first morning urine and insert into the test vessel.  Swirl rapidly in a circular motion, place the test on a flat white surface undisturbed for minutes.

How was the IntelliGender® Gender Prediction Test™ Developed?

There has been a lot of research conducted in an attempt to develop a reliable method for determining the gender of an unborn baby by examining the chemicals produced by the pregnant mother's urine. While there have been incremental improvements in the process, all prior attempts have fallen short of producing the chemical composition necessary for the general public to be able to read the results. The reliability of these prior tests fell well short of what was acceptable.
IntelliGender has invested heavily the past several years in developing, refining and testing the specific proprietary formula that successfully reacts to the chemicals in the urine produced by the mother and baby combination. This exciting, revolutionary new formula produces a "dark, smoky green" reaction to the urine of a mother caring a male baby and an "orange tinted" reaction to the urine of a mother pregnant with a girl. A colour chart on our G.P.T. label matches to the various shades produced for an easy-to-read determination of the unborn baby's gender.
Once the formula had been refined, the next consideration was to package the test in such a way that expectant mother's could safely and easily, in their own homes, conduct the test and successfully read the results. Tests have shown we have succeeded.
Our testing has been conducted in "Moms to Be" as early as three weeks into pregnancy. Test results started revealing the gender as early as 8 weeks into gestation, 10 weeks into pregnancy.

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