DNA Peekaboo Gender Test

Some people are simply curious about their new baby’s gender, while others want more time to plan and prepare for their new baby. Whatever your reason for wanting to know as early as possible, you can now have a DNA Peekaboo gender test to reveal your baby’s gender from the comfort of your home in an easy, safe, and accurate way.

*This service is currently only offered in the state of Florida.

What Is an Early Peekaboo Gender Test Reveal?

Our Peekaboo gender test reveals DNA for a simple, easy, and painless method of learning your baby’s gender as early as seven weeks into your pregnancy. Our trained phlebotomist can take a quick blood sample at your convenience. With our mobile blood draw service, you get results up to thirteen weeks earlier than an ultrasound can provide, and it is more accurate than a urine test.

**The price for this test is $250

How Accurate Is An Early Gender DNA Test?

One of the reasons for the increased popularity of early baby gender blood testing is the ease of obtaining a blood sample and the improved accuracy of the results. The testing process we use is backed by DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC)—one of the most accredited labs in the world—where experienced, in-house PhDs read your results, delivering over 99.5% accuracy. Finding out is important, but knowing you can trust the results you receive means everything… And that’s what sets Peekaboo apart: Trusted science. Trusted results.

What Are The Benefits Of Our Early Gender DNA Test?​

Moms and dads increasingly want to know the gender of their baby as soon as possible. Some of the reasons they choose our early gender blood test include:

What Is The Process For The Test?

Our early DNA Peekaboo gender test is a simple procedure called non-invasive prenatal testing. In the comfort and privacy of your home, our trained phlebotomist takes a small blood sample from the mother. This sample is sent to the lab, where the blood is analyzed. The lab uses a process that isolates cell-free fetal DNA from the mother’s blood, followed by amplification of both Y-chromosome and autosomal-specific regions using the latest quantitative real-time PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) technology. Analysts are looking for the presence of the Y chromosome, which only males have. If the Y chromosome is present, then the baby is a boy; if it is not present, then it’s a girl!

How Is My Privacy Protected?

We understand that your DNA is a very personal and sensitive piece of your health information. We ensure your privacy by taking these steps:

What Else Do I Need To Know?

*This content is for informational purposes only and is not meant to replace consulting with a healthcare professional. Please consult with your primary care physician or healthcare provider before engaging in any services offered by Speedy Sticks.