What isn't an at-home test these days? Over-the-counter kits allow women to check their fertility, and now one even claims to determine your fetus's sex. The Intelligender Gender Prediction Test ($35) was created by two moms of a combined seven children who wanted to find out the sex of their babies as early as possible. The company's website boasts that the urine test can be taken as early as six weeks after a missed period (14 weeks before ultrasounds usually determine the gender) and results come within 10 minutes. Chemicals contained in the kit cause the sample to turn yellow or orange for a girl, and a smoky green for a boy. The test isn't foolproof, so parents-to-be still need to confirm their findings with a doctor. Would you buy this product?