SneakPeek is available for online purchase at SneakPeekTest.com.
SneakPeek offers the excitement and the convenience of learning a baby’s predicted fetal sex as early as six weeks into pregnancy. This baby gender test will tell you the predicted fetal sex of your baby with clinically-proven >99% accuracy.1
In three easy steps, the SneakPeek test will reveal predicted fetal sex as early as six weeks.
In three easy steps, the SneakPeek test will reveal a baby’s sex as early as six weeks.
Order a kit
Place an order on SneakPeekTest.com — a kit will ship within one business day.
Collect a sample
Use the kit instructions to provide a quick and pain-free DNA blood sample. Use the prepaid package to mail the sample to Myriad’s lab.
Get your results
The predicted fetal sex will be revealed by email and SMS the day after the sample is received. A FastTrack option is available for those who want expedited, same-day results.
Rest assured that your results are correct.
If you decide not to test with SneakPeek, returns are completely free.
No-cost, hassle-free shipping both ways.
Yes! The SneakPeek test can be used as early as six weeks into your pregnancy. Be sure to use the Snap kit within 12 months or the Lancet kit within six months.
Incredibly accurate. In fact, a study showed that the SneakPeek test is >99% accurate in determining predicted fetal sex.
Absolutely. SneakPeek is a non-invasive test that uses a small sample of the mother's blood. It is completely safe for the mother and baby.
Give your patients the option to find out the predicted sex of their baby as soon as six weeks into pregnancy with >99% accuracy. If you are a healthcare provider and would like offer SneakPeek in your clinic, learn more here.
Myriad Genetics has helped families care for their health for more than 30 years. Along with SneakPeek, learn more about our Prequel® Prenatal Screen and Foresight® Carrier Screen to help you create a roadmap for growing a healthy family with confidence.
Identifies risk of chromosomal conditions for expectant parents
Identifies inherited health conditions for expectant parents
SneakPeek Early Gender Test is now part of Myriad Genetics, working together to provide genetic information about your pregnancy and baby.