Type of scan
Submit your 20-week anatomy scan for our experts to review. For accuracy purposes, only send straight “between the legs” ultrasounds. Your report will include a detailed description and drawing delivered to your e-mail.
Choose Ramzi Theory (most accurate between 6-8 weeks gestation), Nub Theory (12-14 weeks), or Skull Theory (12+ weeks) for our Experts to analyze to predict the sex of your baby as early as possible.
If you are unsure of which theory would be best, choose “Experts Decide,” and we will apply the most accurate theory for your scan.
Your results will be delivered to your email within 24 hours for Standard and ASAP(1-4hrs) for Rush Delivery. Your results include our gender prediction report and illustrative drawing to explain our findings.
Choose between any two early gender prediction theory reports: Ramzi and Nub Theories, Nub and Skull Theories, or Ramzi and Skull Theories
You may upload up to 3 scans for our experts to review. If you are unsure of which two theories would be best, choose “Experts Decide,” and we will apply the most accurate theories for your gender determination report.
Results will be emailed within 24 hours for standard delivery, and ASAP if you choose Rush Delivery. Your results will include a detailed report and drawing(s) illustrating both theories.
Report package includes all three early gender determination theories applied to your baby’s ultrasound scan. Combining Ramzi, Nub and Skull Theories improves accuracy
If you want to purchase this package, but are less than 12 weeks pregnant, we will analyze your earliest scan for Ramzi Theory, and simply reply to our correspondence and attach future scans in our email for fast and convenient processing of the Nub and Skull Theories.
Report includes explanation of all theories and illustrative drawings. If Nub Theory is in low visibility, we will refund that portion of your order.
Disclaimer: Our website and services are intended for entertainment and novelty purposes only. We do not claim a set accuracy rate. We are not a substitute for medical advice, treatment or diagnosis.