Clearly I am getting very impatient to know the gender at 10 weeks. I was looking on the internet today and found quite a few woman who where recently (within the past couple of months) told the gender of their babies by a blood test at around 12 weeks, usually at the NT testing. Has anyone heard of this?
The woman were from the US, and a couple of them referred to it as the 'Jack and Jill' test. Supposedly the babies DNA is in the mothers blood.
I found this, which is few years old:
You will have to skip the first few paragraphs which goes into the morals of sex selection etc to get to the testing side of it.
I know there are plenty of organisations claiming to provide this service by sending a kit out and you sent back blood from a finger prick etc. But they seem to be questionable and expensive. If I could find out at the same time as my NT testing from my own doctors, that would be so much better!
Just wondering if anyone has heard of this before?