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Non-Invasive Prenatal Baby Gender Test

Traditional techniques, such as chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and amniocentesis, for baby gender tests are invasive. They pose a small but significant risk of miscarriage.

As a result of this risk, these invasive testing methods are only offered to women with a high probability of producing children with chromosomal or genetic abnormalities. This means that the vast majority of women do not receive the benefits of invasive prenatal gender tests.

The discovery of the presence of fetal genetic material in maternal blood has led to the development of non-invasive methods for prenatal diagnosis. The fetal cells in a maternal blood sample can be used to determine the gender of the baby and its paternity.

Advantages of Fetal Cell Analysis from Maternal Blood

Analysis of DNA from fetal cells in maternal blood samples is a non-invasive procedure that poses no risks to the mother or the fetus. The results of a non-invasive prenatal gender test are based on the detection of Y chromosome-specific DNA in maternal blood samples.

This gender test is relatively inexpensive compared to invasive techniques such as CVS and amniocentesis.

The Testing Process

When to Take the Test

Our non-invasive prenatal baby gender test can be conducted when the mother is at least 10 weeks into her pregnancy. 

Test Accuracy

The accuracy of our prenatal baby gender testing results is greater than 99% for maternal blood samples that were collected at least 10 weeks into pregnancy. This accuracy rate is higher than that of any other gender test available on the market today. Some companies offer a gender DNA test with only 95% accuracy, which is on the low side.


The testing procedure takes seven business days. We can offer a three-business-day rush service at an additional cost.

The final report will contain one of the following results:

  • POSITIVE for the presence of Y-chromosome. This confirms that the gender of the fetus is male.
  • NEGATIVE for the presence of Y-chromosome. This means that 1) the mother is carrying a female fetus or 2) the amount of fetal DNA in the maternal blood sample was very low (lower than the detection limit of the DNA test).

Please note that if the blood sample is collected after 10 weeks of pregnancy, our testing methods will detect even the smallest amounts of fetal DNA. Only in very rare cases (less than 1%) the amount of fetal DNA is lower than our detection limit at 10 weeks of pregnancy.

Cost for Our Prenatal Gender Test

The total cost for our non-invasive gender test is $290.00 (US), plus a $70 FedEx shipping fee (for the US only).

The cost includes phone consultations, a diagnostic laboratory test, a sample collection kit and the final laboratory report. We accept VISA, Master Card, American Express or money orders for payment. A non-refundable deposit of $100.00 (US) is required to initiate the scheduling process, and will be applied towards the total cost. The balance must be paid in full before we can release test results.

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