Online tests for sex of baby
Given the relatively easy identification of male DNA from fetal cells in maternal blood, one clinical application is the non-invasive identification of male fetuses at risk for X-linked disorders.The second is a curiosity application for the parents who would like to know the gender of the baby.You can do this test at your own home using supplies you likely already own.All you’ll need is some baking soda in a small container and another clean container to catch your urine.Your result with the baking soda gender test may vary depending on: None of these factors have anything to do with the sex of your baby. This test only works 50% of the time, which is the same as flipping a coin.
Positive Y chromosome DNA test confirms the presence of a male fetus in the recent pregnancy. Negative DNA test result confirms the absence of Y chromosome DNA in maternal blood samples.
First morning urine is preferred with this test, since drinking water throughout the day is thought to dilute the urine and skew the results.