When I was pregnant, I always knew I would find out the sex of the baby before its arrival. I'm not big on surprises and I definitely did not want a closet full of neutral clothing. I
My doctor was a pretty cool guy. He was always so casual and made sure I never got my hopes up about determining the actual sex of the baby. I can't remember exactly what visit it was, but I remember the words clearly.
"It looks like a boy," my obstetrician said.
He pointed to the sonogram machine screen with his gloved finger. All I could see was a black and white image with a rather large head (like mommy), a huge belly, and a nugget of confirmation placed in between the legs. I could hear Ian now, "Yup, that's my boy!"
And so it began. I had the mindset of a mother who was carrying a little boy. To me that meant lots of outdoor play, sports, dirt plies, big trucks, toughness and...girlfriends. Was I thinking a little too far ahead?! Calm down lady. Calm down.
I was sent IntelliGender to review. You can bet when the box arrived there were a few looks of confusion as to why I had a box with a logo like the one above. Was I hiding something from my loved ones? Perhaps the baby's daddy didn't even know?
Not quite. I was testing IntelliGender out on a friendly (friend/family member) who will soon be a first-time mom. I had her try it out at her baby shower over the weekend.
About IntelliGender (From the site):
IntelliGender's Gender Prediction Test™ is a simple urine analysis similar to the pregnancy test you took a few weeks ago. It uses first morning urine and a proprietary mix of chemicals which reacts with a combination of hormones to indicate the gender of your baby. It can be performed as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy (six weeks from the first day of the missed period). It is an easy test to perform and provides quick results in-home so the news can be shared right away.
IntelliGender reminds all pregnant moms that seeing an obstetrician early in the pregnancy is critical for the health of the mother and the baby and should follow the advice of their physician.
You simply collect first morning urine and insert into the test vessel. Swirl rapidly in a circular motion, place the test on a flat white surface undisturbed for minutes. Below are examples of test results:
Here is the result from Ashley's IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test (sorry about the quality of the picture):
She is indeed having a boy! She's known for awhile now. It's great when you can confirm the sex of your baby in several ways. Makes buying those precious blue clothes a lot easier.
IntelliGender has a new line of all natural products for moms and babies that was recently launched. You can view them at http://www.intelligender.com/intelliceuticals-home.html.
If you want to order your own IntelliGender, you can do so by clicking here ($34.95). Or, you can visit a local retailer like CVS, Walgreens, Target, or Rite Aid.
I know you probably have a lot of questions about this wonderful invention, but unfortunately I am not an expert on IntelliGender. You can, however, head on over to the FAQs section to have some of your questions answered. You will be amazed at all the information.
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Disclosure: "I was given a FREE kit to facilitate in my review and items for a giveaway thanks to IntelliGender. There was no monetary compensation for writing this post. The views and opinions expressed are my own and do not reflect those of the sponsor."