Baby Gender Prediction Testing: Male or Female?

EasyDNA offers an innovative baby gender prediction test using only maternal blood samples. Unlike more conventional tests for determining baby gender, this  test is more accurate and simple than any other test currently offered on the market.  You can confirm whether you will have a baby boy or baby girl with an accuracy of 98%*.

Why choose this gender test?

The high level of precision of the baby gender test is just one reason to choose this test. It also distinguishes itself from other tests for the follow reasons:


  • You can do this test from 9 weeks of pregnancy!
  • The gender test is based on the analysis of actual fetal DNA.
    It is a DNA test. Other tests on the market that are blood-based are not DNA tests and do not provide any scientific evidence or significant information to attest to their reliability.
  •  it is a blood-based, one-of-a-kind gender prediction test which is 98%* accurate.
  • The test is non invasive. It has 0% risks.
  • Your baby gender test is carried out in an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory.

To calculate any dates related to your pregnancy, you may use our pregnancy calculator.

Real client testimonial:

“Just thought I’d let you know that I’ve just had the results of my amnio and the blood test from Nimble Diagnostics was wrong, but your results were right and it is a girl. Many thanks.”  S.H.,  21st October 2013

Cost and other specifications

The baby gender test is offered at just $299. Your gender result will be available in just 8 working days and is delivered to you via email. We can offer a 4 working day rush service at an additional cost if you wish to shorten the turnaround time.

Please note turnaround time starts from the moment samples reach the laboratory.

How do we establish the sex of your baby?

We use certain advanced DNA testing techniques to isolate and analyze the fetal DNA in the blood sample provided. To better understand the test, let’s take a look at the role of the placenta: The placenta acts as a leaky barrier for substance and nutrient exchange between the mother and the fetus. And here is how the DNA test works:

  1. Your baby’s dead DNA cells die in a process our scientists refer to as the apoptosis of placental cells.
  2. These dead cells or fragments of baby DNA can cross the placental barrier and enter the mother’s blood stream.  The blood then gets filtered and the fragments eventually pass out with the blood.
  3. Using a technique of DNA amplification known as polymerase chain reaction we isolate those baby DNA fragments in the blood.
  4. If we confirm the presence of the Y chromosome then you are having a baby boy. If we do not confirm the presence of this chromosome, then you will have a baby girl.

Can’t I just do an ultrasound?

Ultrasounds fall short on two counts when it comes to establishing the gender of a fetus. First and foremost, the accuracy of the test depends on the position of the baby. In some cases, the baby’s position may inhibit the radiographer from identifying the sex of the fetus. This is clearly because ultrasound scans require the radiographer to locate the genitalia of the child in order to know if it is male or female. Moreover, the fetus’s genitals might be underdeveloped at the stage in which the ultrasound takes place and this may also make it hard to determine the gender.

All in all, ultrasounds do have a margin of error and are considered to be around 75% accurate to 98%* accurate. This test is 98% accurate*. Furthermore, the baby gender test can determine the sex of a fetus far earlier than a scan is able to.

Give yourself the peace of mind and your baby the kind of preparation that only time allows. Use Pink or Blue®, the earliest and most accurate method of prenatal gender detection.

Standard results will be received in 8 working days. EasyDNA also offers express baby gender testing with results in 4 working days for an extra cost. Please note turnaround time starts from the moment samples reach the laboratory.

Important notes

*Pink or Blue® is conducted by Consumer Genetics Laboratory and advertises a 98%* accurate at 9 weeks. This test has been validated by the laboratory to work starting at your 9th week of pregnancy (from your last menstrual period). The laboratory has a quality assurance program that continuously monitors the quality of its methods. There is a 2% error rate that is attributed to the home nature of the test and user error such as taking the test too early or not providing enough blood samples. The laboratory analysis relies on the detection of fetal DNA in the sample provided. However, levels of fetal DNA vary from pregnancy to pregnancy and there may not always be sufficient volumes of DNA in the 9th week to provide an accurate result. The volume of fetal DNA will increase with weeks of pregnancy which means the chances of success improve with increased gestational age. Our recommendation therefore is to take the sample at 10 weeks.

Please understand that Company Policy is that the results of the Pink or Blue® test are aimed at being used for curiosity, bonding and preparation for the new born baby. The results are not to be used for the purpose of gender selection.

Our Refund Policy

In the case that it can be proven that the result of the test is incorrect, we will provide a 100% refund. Refunds are only provided after the birth of the child and against a copy of the birth certificate. Please read our refund policy for full terms and conditions governing refunds.

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