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06/01/2009 at 11:00 AM ET

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Christine on

After seeing the headline for the $30 gender prediction test, I had to read up on it. I’ve been planning on usin the Gender Mentor test, which costs $250 after lab costs, but is 99% accurate with a money-back guarentee of wrong. But $30?! Sounded even better.

Until I read the fine print. 82% accurate, and “Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome are most likely to receive a BOY result so the test is not able to accurately predict the proper gender.” Since I have PCOS I can’t even take the test.

I’m too impatient to wait until the 20 week ultrasound, so we’ll still go with the Gender Mentor test.