Viele Methoden, die behaupten Ihnen das Geschlecht Ihres Babys zu eröffnen, sind ungenau und/oder beruhen nicht auf tatsächlicher Wissenschaft.
Der X or Y Test zur Geschlechtsbestimmung ist anders. Er basiert auf handfester wissenschaftlicher Forschung und ist der genaueste, nicht-invasive Geschlechtstest, der weltweit verfügbar ist und den Sie bequem Zuhause durchführen können – und das mit einer Genauigkeit von über 98%. Es ist außerdem der einzige DNA-Test zur Geschlechtsbestimmung, der extern geprüft wird¹.
Gönnen Sie sich mit X or Y Gewissheit und genügend Vorbereitungszeit – die früheste und genaueste Methode der pränatalen Geschlechtsbestimmung.
A naturally important question to ask is “Is the DNA based, X or Y Early Gender Test right for me?” There are several factors that will help determine whether X or Y Early Gender Test is right for you. In order to provide you with the most accurate results review the following criteria:
Are you at least nine (9) weeks pregnant?
Recent discoveries in science has proven that there is fetal DNA in a mother’s blood as soon as five weeks into her pregnancy. HOWEVER, the X or Y Early Gender Test requires that you take this test nine (9) weeks after the first day of your last menstrual period to be eligible for our money back guarantee. Optionally you can select the X or Y test at eight (8) weeks, but we require a waiver to be signed. Click Here to calculate your X or Y Eligibility Date.
If we have determined you are not 9 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period, we cannot run your test (unless a waiver is signed). It is imperative that you take our test at the eligible time. Please see our Refund Policy for more information.
Have you had a recent blood transfusion?
Blood that did not originate from the mother or her fetus can affect the results of the X or Y Early Gender Test. If a woman recently had a blood transfusion, we do not recommend taking the X or Y Early Gender Test.
Did you recently have an abortion or a miscarriage?
If you recently had a miscarriage or had to terminate your previous pregnancy, we recommend that you wait THREE (3) months post Dilation and Cutterage (D&C). There still may be residual fetal DNA from your previous pregnancy that may affect your test results.
Have you ever in your life had a bone marrow transplant from a male?
If you have had bone marrow transplant from a male donor, your marrow will have been replaced by male marrow cells. You are not eligible to take the X or Y Early Gender Test.
There are several factors which may affect the accuracy of a X or Y result. Some of these factors can be controlled and minimized by the customer and/or laboratory while others are independent factors that cannot be influenced.
Factors which could affect the accuracy of X or Y and which can be minimized:
- Not following the directions carefully: improperly handling kit components, improperly washing hands, and not sanitizing the collection area
- Contaminating the sample: allowing males to handle kit contents or assisting with sample collection.
- Taking the test earlier than 7 weeks post-conception (if you wish to test earlier at 6 weeks post-conception, sign the authorization waiver for the ultra sensitive X or Y test)
- Having a recent transfusion, miscarriage or abortion
- Providing an insufficient blood sample
- Leaving the sample in a hot environment
Factors which could affect the accuracy of X or Y which cannot be controlled:
- Having a bone marrow transplant from a male donor, blood transfusions, miscarriages or abortions: our technology can detect DNA from previous male pregnancies or from male blood/marrow donors as contamination in most cases. However, there may be instances where the accuracy of our test is affected by any of these conditions.
- Miscarriage: Women who have recently experienced a miscarriage must wait at least 3 months before they can use X or Y. If it has been at least 3 months since the miscarriage, then you are eligible to order X or Y.
- Having naturally low levels of fetal DNA: studies have determined that up to 2.8% of women have naturally low levels of fetal DNA. While X or Y is much more sensitive than the methods used in those studies, there may still women whose levels of fetal DNA are too low even for our test to detect. This is a difficult statistic to measure but we anticipate it is less than 2%.
- Vanishing Twin: some pregnancies begin with two (or more) fetuses but very early in the pregnancy, one of the fetuses terminates. In many cases, this occurs without the woman’s knowledge. If the “vanishing twin” is male and the remaining fetus is female, the results of X or Y may be incorrect.
- Previously pregnant with a boy: in very rare cases (less than 1%), fetal cells may remain in the mother’s body several years after birth. Our technology can detect some of this DNA as a form of contamination, however, there may be cases where the accuracy of the test may be affected by this rare occurrence.