The SneakPeek DNA test is a simple blood test that can tell you if you're having a boy or a girl as soon as eight weeks into your pregnancy. It's clinically proven to be 99.9% accurate, and it's only $150.

Now you can find out sooner than ever if you're having a boy or girl! 

How it works 
When you know you're eight weeks along, make an appointment with Benefi Center for Women for the SneakPeek test. We will take a blood sample at our Decatur office and send it to SneakPeek to be analyzed. SneakPeek Labs will examine the sample, looking for male chromosomes in the fetal DNA found in your blood. If they find male chromosomes, it's a boy! If no male chromosomes are found, it's a girl!

When and how you will get your results

Test results will be sent via e-mail to the e-mail address listed when filling out the consent form. You will receive your test results within 24-48 hours, excluding Sundays and major holidays. Because the SneakPeek lab is based in California, test result e-mails are typically received after 6pm CST. For tests performed on a Friday, results will likely be received on Tuesday.

Schedule an appointment 
The SneakPeek Test is available to everyone. You don’t have to be a current HSHS Medical Group patient to find out your baby's gender! To schedule your SneakPeek Early Baby Gender Blood Test at HSHS Medical Group Benefi Center for Women in Decatur, call 217-872-2400.

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HSHS Medical Group
Office: (217) 321-9292
Cell: (217) 321-9292

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