I just thought it would be fun to see how accurate the Intelligender Test has been for all of us that has taken it that is. Fortunately mine said BOY at 10 weeks and at are 19 week ultrasound it was confirmed a BOY!!!
1. Intelligender said boy, ultrasound confirmed boy
2. Intelligender said boy, ultrasound showed girl
3. Intelligender said girl, ultrasound confirmed girl
4. Intelligender said girl, ultrasound showed boy
5. I took Intelligender more than once, and it gave me different results
6. Intelligender did not produce a clear result for me
I agree with the Draino being cheaper way to do it. If you take the tests at different times of the day and/or after eating different things you might get different results. When trying a few different tests I got boy and later girl. No clue what were having, were getting a second try in 3 weeks.
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