BOY OR GIRL? FIND OUT WITH THE SNEAKPEEK CLINICAL EARLY GENDER DNA TEST!
SneakPeek Clinical lets you learn your baby’s gender in as soon as the next day. Visit our Secure Health Partners Office, have blood drawn on site quickly-and-easily by our professionally trained staff, and receive results via email the next day, with no extra fuss!
Starting at 8 weeks into pregnancy
99.1% accurate DNA-based blood test
Administered by phlebotomy professional
Results emailed straight to you the next day
How Accurate Is The Test?
In laboratory testing, SneakPeek accurately determined fetal sex in 99.1% of 108 pregnant women at 8 weeks gestational age. See the peer-reviewed study in the International Journal of Pregnancy and Childbirth (Int J Pregn & Chi Birth. 2019; 5(4):135-137). In a separate laboratory test, fetal sex was accurately determined in 99.6% of 241 pregnant women at 9 weeks gestational age and later into pregnancy. See the peer-reviewed study in the Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health. (J Preg Child Health. 2017; 4:358).
How Do I Get My Results?
You’ll receive an email with the subject line “Your SneakPeek Result Is In!”
Be sure to check all your folders including Promotions and Junk Mail in case your email filter redirects it, or use your email search tool bar to search for sneakpeekresults
Can I Use The Test Prior To 8 Weeks Into Pregnancy?
You do need to wait until 8-weeks. We know it's hard to wait! SneakPeek looks for Y chromosomes in the fetal DNA found in mom's blood. To avoid inaccurate test results, it's imperative to wait until you're 8 weeks pregnant to ensure the level of Y chromosomes is high enough to read. Already purchased the test? No worries, you can hold on to it until you're 8 weeks pregnant – the test kit is good for a year. If you're not sure you're at 8 weeks yet, use our easy pregnancy calculator to double check.
How Does The SneakPeek Test Work?
During pregnancy, cell-free fetal DNA is released by the placenta and can be found in mom’s bloodstream. Using a small sample of mom’s blood, SneakPeek tests for the presence of male DNA (Y-chromosomes). Y-chromosomes would only be present if mom is pregnant with a boy. If no Y-chromosomes are found, mom is carrying a girl. This method is known as noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) and is safe for both mom and baby. See the peer-reviewed published study that indicates this test is 99.1% accurate as early as 8 weeks into pregnancy in the International Journal of Pregnancy and Childbirth (Int J Pregn & Chi Birth. 2019; 5(4):135-137).