View Full Version : hi anyone seen or used this?
thoughts? expensive is mine...especially considering ive already use intelligender...kinda wishing id found this first and a few weeks ago too so i could justify it being worth it to myself.
anyone used it?know anything about it? or have a comment at all?
wow, its very expensive!!
Im the most impatient person in the world but even I would think twice about paying this much to find out the gender, only bc I dont know that its going to be 100% accurate!
Id prob just wait and have an early gender scan at 15 or 16 weeks and pay the odd $100.
I did intelligender with both my pg's and it was right both times - my gf did it and hers was wrong?!
it is expensive ......
but then us is not 100% accurate either in fact i would think its not 95 %?...and i cant find anyone anywhere near that even does gender scans:crying: so im stuck waiting it out till 20 weeks:crying: and my understanding was they dont do them till 18 weeks and are a few hundred? maybe im wrong? cant find one locally.
i think if i had found that at 10 weeks before i used intelligender i would have done it but now im a few weeks closer to 20 (but still feels like forever) its hard to justify so much $
Yeah i wouldn't pay that much on something that isn't 100%
Most of the places that do the 3d & 4d scans also just standard 2d gender scans which some do allow from 15 -16 weeks... the one i had was $55 and i also saw another place doing them for $60 so it may not be that expensive around your area, just phone around :yes:
The only way to tell what your baby's gender is, with 100% accuracy, is by having amniocentesis. And that's only done if you choose to do the blood test prior and get a "positive" result with that.
You can't guarantee there will be DNA from the baby in the mother's blood so I'd say it's not worth the money.
I have heard of this kind of thing, i'm pretty sure someone was talking about it on the in-gender forum (it was someone from the US i think).
Apparently it is quite accurate, but for that price i'd much rather just go for a 3d scan!
ETA - Now that the ingender forum is working, i can post a link to the post about it http://www.in-gender.com/cs/forums/t/165886.aspx
Yep I have used it and it was accurate.
The reason that it isn't 100% is mainly due to the person not doing the test correctly or at the correct time.
I wouldn't use one again, only because it is expensive and in the end my ultrasound told me the same thing.
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