How accurate is a blood test for gender?

How accurate is a blood test for gender?

A blood test is an accurate method of determining gender in an unborn baby. AlphaBiolabs’ baby gender test allows you to find out whether you are having a baby boy or a baby girl from just 8 weeks into your pregnancy.

A blood sample is all that is needed for this baby gender test. A medical professional, such as a nurse or phlebotomist, needs to draw this blood sample, which is usually taken from the mother’s arm. The non-invasive test is 100% safe to the mother and unborn child.

ographer might be able to identify the sex of a baby. This is the ultrasound exam that looks for fetal anomalies. However, if a sonographer can’t get a clear view of the baby’s genitals, it may not be possible to tell for sure. The scan may not be as clear as needed, the baby may be positioned awkwardly, or the sonographer may not have the sufficient expertise to interpret the image.

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The test works by analyzing the mother’s blood to determine if any fetal DNA is present. If fetal DNA can be found, a technique known as Next Generation Sequencing is used to look for any Y chromosome DNA. Because the Y chromosome is male-specific, the detection of a Y chromosome is indicative of a baby boy. If fetal DNA is detected without a Y chromosome it would suggest a baby girl. This baby gender test can even be performed in multiple pregnancies, to show whether at least one baby is male or that all babies are female.

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It is usually during the ultrasound exam between 18 and 22 weeks of pregnancy that a sooner reveal party, decorating nurseries and buying clothes.

Please note that the mother must be at least 8 weeks’ pregnant to ensure that any Y chromosome present is at a detectable level. If the blood sample has insufficient DNA then another blood sample will need to be collected.

Non-invasive baby gender testing costs just $199 with results in 7 working days.

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