Baby Gender Prediction with IntelliGender (Review & Giveaway – Closed)

I don’t know about you all, but when I’m pregnant, I can’t stand the suspense of waiting to find out what I’m having. I need to know what color clothes to purchase, because I can’t stand gender-neutral colors.

Here I am, pregnant with #6, and anxiously awaiting finding out what this sweet baby will be. Will it be another girl to even things out? Or, will the testosterone rule the house, and it’s another little Mama’s boy that I’m carrying? Since I’m only a little over 12 weeks along in my pregnancy, I’ve got a ways to go. At my 12 week check up yesterday, I got another ultrasound, but the doctor wouldn’t even attempt to look between the legs, insisting it’s just too early to know yet. But, he promised to take a look at our next appointment… still 4 weeks away!

I will admit, I’ve done all of the baby gender prediction tests you can do, and we’ll talk about those in another post during our Baby Bonanza. However, I hadn’t ever tried the IntelliGender test before now, even though I’ve always really, really wanted to.

I put out a request for sponsors for the Baby Bonanza, and much to my delight, IntelliGender was the first one to respond.

I received the IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test quickly, and I decided to try it the next morning. The test states that it’s best to use your first morning urine, or at least go 2 – 3 hours between going to the potty. (I’m glad they put that in the instructions, since I’m up at least 10 times to pee every night!)

Early the next morning, I was ready to take the test. (I was exactly 12 weeks along in my pregnancy at this point.) Hubby had already left for work, and the kids were still sleeping, so I didn’t have to worry about being bothered. The instructions on the test were super easy to follow, and in no time, my sample was ready. I’ve read different opinions online about the test, where some said to read the test at 5 minutes, and others said to wait until 10 minutes, but it really didn’t matter. My test results were the same at both times.

I bet you’re dying to know what the IntelliGender Prediction Test said, aren’t you? Well, why don’t I show you?

Yep. Unmistakably a BOY result. I was shocked. Every other gender prediction test I’ve done has screamed girl. Really.

Then, I started reading the insert with the IntelliGender test. It said that if women have PCOS or Ovarian Cysts, they will most likely receive a BOY result so the test may not accurately predict the proper gender. So, does that throw the result out the window? I have no idea. But, I was diagnosed with PCOS earlier this year, which is why this baby was such a surprise. Bummer, because I know that the IntelliGender boasts a 90% accuracy rating. I was really hoping to get an accurate test. Now, it looks like I’m going to have to wait at least 4 more weeks before I find out if we’ll be buying pink or blue this time around. (And I promise to share the results with you and let you know if the IntelliGender Test was right or not.)

I would highly recommend the IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test to any pregnant mom-to-be that’s early in her pregnancy and can’t wait to find out what she’s having. At $34.95, it’s a little pricey. And I don’t know that I’d recommend painting the nursery right after you take the test, but it really is a fun, easy way to get a little glimpse of what your 20 week ultrasound might reveal.

If you’d like to purchase the IntelliGender Test, it’s available online at www.intelligender.com, or you can also purchase it at Walgreens, CVS, RiteAid, Target and other retailers near you.

Would you like to try the IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test for yourself? I’ve got a test that I can give away to one of my readers! 

To Enter
Visit the IntelliGender website and tell me one thing you learned, or share one of their Gender Myths.
*Mandatory. If this is not done, you cannot win. 

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Fine Print: Contest is open to residents of the US. If you already do any of the above, you qualify. Please leave a comment for each of the extra entries you complete. However, you must first leave the required comment as stated above. Giveaway will end on September 22nd at 11:59pm (EST), and the winner will be selected via random.org. Winner will be notified via email upon selection, and will have 48 hours to claim their prize. 

Disclaimer: I was contacted by a member of transmedia group on behalf of IntelliGender I received the necessary products to facilitate my review. I was in no other way compensated for this post. Opinions expressed in this post are my own. The sponsor is fulfilling the winner’s prize as stated above.

Angie Vinez (2872 Posts)

Angie is a wife and mother to 8. Her life revolves around cooking, cleaning, laundry, and other household duties. She is passionate about her life in Christ and wants to encourage other mothers in their own walk of faith. Angie is active on many social media networks, loves technology, photography, and graphic design, and loves creating blog designs for other mom bloggers.



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    I learned all IntelliCeutical products contain no animal products, gluten, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and are never tested on animals. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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    you can tell by 10 weeks
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    Definitely myths! It's a boy if you didn't experience morning sickness in early pregnancy. I had a GIRL and I had 1 day of nausea. That's it. I was very blessed, but it was a girl, so that is for sure a myth.

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    The Ring Test. Suspend a pure gold ring over the pregnant belly. If it swings left to right, it’s a boy. If it rotates, it’s a girl.
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  12. 62
    Christina Earle says:

    I learned that if you crave sweets you are having a girl for the gender myths section of the website… Im craving DONUTS, so maybe its another girl for me

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    Baby Myth from intelligender "If you have more acne, it's a girl."
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    Nicole Greene says:

    One of their gender myths are: Carrying high or low. High = Girl and Low = Boy

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    Michelle Murphy says:

    I thought the gender myths were funny. I craved fruit like crazy while pregnant with my son, and according to the myths he would have been a girl.
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    It's a boy if: You didn't experience morning sickness in early pregnancy

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    One gender myth is if your belly looks like a basketball, you're having a boy!

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    If you are having a girl you will You refuse to eat the heel of a loaf of bread.

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