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SNEAK PEEK SNAP CLINICAL

Find out your baby's early as 6 weeks!

99.9% Accurate 

SneakPeek SnapTM 

The better way to learn gender!

SneakPeek’s breakthrough blood collection innovation makes collecting your sample a Snap! 

Just place Snap on your arm, press the button, and relax while your sample is collected in 1-4 minutes. 

90% of customers find using SneakPeek Snap to be completely painless.

YOUR SAMPLE MUST BE COLLECTED BEFORE 4PM  IN ORDER FOR US TO IT GET SENT OUT SAME DAY! 

IF YOUR APPOINTMENT IS AFTER 4PM, YOU WILL NOT GET NEXT DAY RESULTS !

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DON'T KNOW HOW FAR ALONG YOU ARE?  
NO PROBLEM!

You can bundle your bloodwork with our ultrasounds to determine if you are an applicant for the Early blood test! 

*Must be 6+ weeks, If you are earlier than 6 weeks you may have an inconclusive result*

Standard: $129

Standard + Early scan: $149

(1-2 day results)

 

Fast track: $149

Fast track + Early scan: $169

(Next Day Results)

*Please note, After we shipped our sample out we do not have control of postal delay. If there is a delay, we will contact you directly.*

HOW IT WORKS

Tiny needles = no pain

SneakPeek Snap device is placed on your arm. In the device are tiny  microneedles that are just the width of a human hair, 1/5 the width of the lancet blade. The microneedles only reach the epidermis, where there are fewer nerve endings, so virtually no pain is felt with SneakPeek Snap.

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FAQ'S

WHAT IS SNEAKPEEK® CLINICAL?

SneakPeek Clinical is an early gender DNA detection test offered to women starting at 6 weeks into pregnancy. The genetic test gives you the first step to connect with your baby before you are able to see the exciting clear images from your ultrasound scans. The full service includes an on-site phlebotomist that draws a blood sample in the comfort of the ultrasound studio, and then returns the sample to SneakPeek Labs for processing. The laboratories offer the fastest turnaround times in the industry, with a choice of receiving your result the same day the sample reaches the SneakPeek Lab.

HOW DOES SNEAKPEEK® WORK?

SneakPeek utilizes the natural process of shared fetal DNA circulating inside the mother’s bloodstream. Our PCR technology has the ability to detect the presence or absence of male Y chromosome in the blood sample provided starting at 6 weeks into pregnancy. If it is detected then the baby’s gender is male and if it is not detected then the baby’s gender is female.

HOW ACCURATE IS SNEAKPEEK®?

A multicenter-blinded study was conducted at four ultrasound clinics with maternal blood samples collected from pregnant women between 6 and 35 weeks of gestation. Circulating cell-free DNA was isolated from a micro-volume of maternal plasma and real-time quantitative PCR was performed to detect fetal DNA using a multi-copy sequence on the Y chromosome. An autosomal control gene was used to measure total cell-free DNA (maternal and fetal cfDNA). Sixty maternal plasma samples were tested twice, on different days, to assess the precision of SneakPeek.

Cell-free DNA was detected in all maternal blood samples. Y-chromosome DNA was detected in all samples from women carrying a male fetus. SneakPeek correctly identified fetal sex in all samples. Assay precision data showed minimal variation and high reproducibility of results. Fetal sex for all samples was unknown prior to genetic testing and was confirmed via sonographic evaluation at the conclusion of the study. SneakPeek accuracy, sensitivity and specificity were each 100% for fetal sex identification. This blinded study showed that SneakPeek Early Gender Test is highly accurate for fetal sex determination in early pregnancy.

IS THIS COVERED THROUGH INSURANCE ? 

Since this is an elective test and is not deemed medically necessary, This test would NOT be covered trough your insurance.

I AM HAVING TWINS, CAN SNEAKPEEK®DETERMINE THE GENDER OF EACH ONE?

SneakPeek looks for male DNA in the fetal DNA found in mom’s blood sample. In the case of identical twins, if male DNA is found, then both babies are boys. If no male DNA is found, then both babies are girls. For fraternal twins, finding male DNA means at least one baby is a boy, but cannot distinguish if the second is a boy or girl.