By EarlyReveal | APRIL 2023
CHANGING HOW AND WHEN AN UNBORN BABY’S SEX IS PREDICTED
Research conducted by doctors at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, found that a staggering 58% of maternal and paternal parents want to know the sex of their baby before birth. The reasons for wanting to know the sex of their baby are personal and varied. Until recently, parents would have to wait until the second trimester before finding out the sex of their fetus through a routine ultrasound scheduled at 18 to 21 weeks gestation. However, these tests are not always accurate. Blood tests can be done from 11 to 12 weeks, but these methods are also not fully reliable.
The EarlyReveal at Home Baby Gender Detection Test is over 99% accurate in predicting the biological sex of the fetus before birth, according to the over 1,000 clients who have purchased and used the test. The kit includes everything you need to collect a blood sample and safely ship it to the lab, including the device required to collect the sample, a prepaid expedited shipping label, clear instructions, and soon, video call support during the sample collection process.
The specimen takes two to three days to reach the lab from anywhere in Canada. Once the lab receives the blood sample, qualified technicians test the genetic makeup to determine the baby's sex, and the results are provided within 72 hours.
The sex of an unborn baby is determined at the time of conception when the sperm contributes either a Y chromosome or an X chromosome. Technicians analyze the blood sample, looking for the presence of a Y chromosome. If it's present, the embryo is male, and if not, it's female. After purchasing your kit, you can register on the website using the unique ID number found in your test kit. This registration ensures the right results are sent to the right person. You can also choose who you want the results sent to.
Sabraoui and Ndikumana recognized a gap in current genetic services and created EarlyReveal after researching all genetic testing options available to the public for a year. "It's important that the client follow the instructions," emphasizes Dany. "If the woman doesn't provide a blood sample exactly as instructed, it can affect the test."
The EarlyReveal at Home Baby Gender Detection Test is an affordable investment at $95.00, and you can purchase it online or at any one of the 30 clinics across Canada that sell them. For more information and the list of clinics, visit the company's website at www.earlyreveal.com.
Don't wait until the second trimester to find out the sex of your baby. Get peace of mind and bond with your baby at the earliest stages of pregnancy with EarlyReveal.