IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test as accurate as a coin toss, doctors say

IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test as accurate as a coin toss, doctors say
IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test as accurate as a coin toss, doctors say

Can a pregnant woman really pee in a cup and find out the sex of her child months before an ultrasound delivers the news? That's what the makers of IntelliGender Gender Prediction Test claim. But is it really all that accurate?

The "test," which sells for $30 or more at major retailers like CVS, Target and Walgreens, says it can tell expecting parents whether it's a boy or girl two months before they could find out from an ultrasound. Not only that, all the pregnant mom has to do is pee in a cup and wait 10 minutes for the results.

Some obstetricians are none too pleased with IntelliGender's claims. They say the test results in about the same accuracy as a coin toss or random guess.