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Unformatted text preview: Pregnant with girl or boy? At-home test may tell you Story Highlights Just 10 weeks after conception, women can take at-home test to predict gender IntelliGender: Test is 80% accurate, cautions users to confirm later via sonogram Pro-life groups worry tests will be used to as gender-selection tool IntelliGender won't sell kit in India, China because of national bias for boys By Danielle Dellorto CNN www.cnn.com June 9, 2009 (CNN) -- Expecting moms can determine whether they're carrying a boy or a girl as early as 10 weeks after conception, according to an over-the-counter gender prediction test by a Plano, Texas, company. IntelliGender, the creator of the "Boy or Girl Gender Prediction Test," say scientists isolated certain hormones that when combined with a "proprietary mix of chemicals" react differently if a women is carrying a boy or a girl. It claims that within 10 minutes of taking the urine test, a mother will be able to tell her baby's gender. The specimen will turn green if it's a boy, and orange if it's a girl....
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