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SneakPeek 8 Week Clinical DNA Gender Test


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Find out your baby's gender months earlier than other methods with the SneakPeek Early Baby Gender Blood Test

SneakPeek is the most accurate early gender DNA test on the market. With clinically-proven 99.9% accuracy at 8 weeks into pregnancy (see the New Clinical Summary1 which compares SneakPeek results with the baby's gender at birth), you can know your baby's gender as little as 72 hours after placing your order. SneakPeek is the leading provider of early gender DNA tests, trusted by over 300,000 moms and obstetricians.

Once you place your order a text will call you to setup your mobile appointment. 

Sneak Peek Clinical

Natural Choice Service hosts a unique SneakPeek Clinical social event every week to bring pregnant moms together to share in their journey and to discover the gender of their babies through genetic DNA testing. So come join us in a warm and inviting environment and let’s get this party started! Gender Reveal Friendly!

What area dose the mobile service cover for SneakPeek®?

Natural Choice Service offers a mobile SneakPeek Clinical blood draw service.  We do not charge a travel fee for service provided within 60 miles of 925896.

What is SneakPeek® clinical?

SneakPeek Clinical is an early gender DNA detection test offered to women starting at 8 weeks into pregnancy. The genetic test gives you the first step to connect with your baby before you are able to see the exciting clear images from your ultrasound scans. The full service includes an on-site phlebotomist that draws a blood sample in the comfort of the ultrasound studio, and then returns the sample to SneakPeek Labs for processing. The laboratories offer the fastest turnaround times in the
industry, with a choice of receiving your result the same day the sample reaches the SneakPeek Lab.

How does SneakPeek® work?

SneakPeek utilizes the natural process of shared fetal DNA circulating inside the mother’s bloodstream. Our technology has the ability to detect the presence or absence of male Y chromosome in the blood sample provided starting at 8 weeks into pregnancy. If it is detected then the baby’s gender is male and if it is not detected then the baby’s gender is female.