I actually used DNA solutions instead of affiliated genetics (heard great things about affiliated though!) and results are 99.9% accurate, quick and easy and got the results back within 1.5 weeks of sending them in. It was $100
Ladies- talk to me about DNA testing for gender. Has anyone done it? Is it accurate? Would you recommend doing it again? My husband and I are going back and forth about whether to do that and find out earlier what we are having or wait until our 18-20 week US. Thanks!
I went in for my first blood work appointment this morning and was thrilled to find out that they could tell me the gender of my baby in a week by fetal DNA testing through a blood sample. I thought I would have to wait until my 20 week ultrasound! Has anyone else found out this way? Is it pretty accurate?
If it's noninvasive genetic testing, it is just a blood draw where they will isolate your baby's DNA from your DNA in your blood sample and better assesses the risk (within 99% accuracy) of the baby having T13, T18 and T21. The sequential screen with your NT scan in your first tri and your quad screen in second tri isn't…
Has anyone used the Pink & Blue DNA /Gender test and received accurate results I'm thinking of purchasing the test but I don't want to waiste $200+ bucks and not get the correct results anyways ladies let me hear your stories on this product
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If they told you boy, it's accurate. Since they are looking at a combo of your DNA and baby's DNA in your blood (well, technically placental DNA) if the reading it male, it can't be wrong...cause you only have female. I've heard there is a small chance of it being wrong for female readings.