EARLY GENDER TEST
Boy or Girl?
Know sooner than ever before
How does the SneakPeek Test work?
SneakPeek lab is searching for Y chromosome. When the PCR testing process detects the presence of male DNA (Y chromosomes) indicating the fetus’s gender. If the Y chromosome is detected the fetus is boy, if the Y chromosome is not detected the fetus is female.
How accurate is the SneakPeek Clinical Early Gender DNA Test?
SneakPeek Clinical is an early gender prediction test that boasts a 99.9% accuracy rate in determining fetal sex.
When can the SneakPeek test be used?
The SneakPeek Clinical test is a blood test that offers expectant parents an early glimpse into their baby’s gender, starting as early as 6 weeks into pregnancy and continuing until birth. This extensive window of opportunity allows parents ample time to discover the gender of their unborn child. The test employs noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) technology, analyzing a mother’s blood sample to detect the presence of Y chromosomes, which indicate a male fetus. Without the presence of Y chromosomes, it’s determined that the fetus is female. The ease and accessibility of the SneakPeek Clinical test make it a sought-after choice for early gender determination.
How are the results delivered?
SneakPeek Clinical test results are sent by email to the “results email address” provided at kit activation or consent form. Your results email will be sent from email@example.com with the subject line “Your SneakPeek Result Is In!” Your sample is prioritized at the lab, and you’ll get the results the same day the SneakPeek lab receives your sample. SneakPeek suggests to check all your folders including Promotions and Junk Mail in case your email filter redirects it, or use your email search toolbar to search for “sneakpeek.”
When should I get my results?
The SneakPeek lab typically distributes gender determination results the next day. However, it’s important to note that this turnaround excludes Sundays. The exclusion of Sundays from the result delivery schedule aligns with the lab’s operational hours, ensuring accuracy and quality in the test analysis.
What is the cost of SneakPeek?
Can SneakPeek determine the gender of each twin?
SneakPeek looks for male DNA in the fetal DNA found in mom’s blood sample. In the case of identical twins, if male DNA is found, then both babies are boys. If no male DNA is found, then both babies are girls. For fraternal twins, finding male DNA means at least one baby is a boy, but cannot distinguish if the second is a boy or girl.
Does a previous miscarriage affect the test results?
According to SneakPeek, clinical studies have shown that fetal DNA clears rapidly from the maternal bloodstream, within 1-2 days. Therefore, a miscarriage will not affect your current test results.
What is the difference between SneakPeek Gender At-Home and SneakPeek Gender Clinical?
SneakPeek Clinical offers the advantage of professional blood draw with little to no risk of contamination in your sample. SneakPeek At-Home offers a self-sample collection with a higher risk of contamination if not performed properly.
Does SneakPeek Clinical report results on the weekends?
The SneakPeek lab operates six days a week, from Monday to Saturday, between the hours of 9am and 5pm Pacific Standard Time (PST). It is important to note that the lab observes closures on federal holidays, which may cause delays to your test results.