Move over Jerry Springer, drugstores are now carrying an over-the-counter paternity test that may put an end to baby mama drama — or at least, keep it within the confines of a home.

Sold at Rite Aid and other national retailers, the $30 kit made by Identigene includes swabs for babe, mother and man-in-question. To hear the specifics of the set,


The box also contains a consent form and a postage-paid envelope to send the specimens to the lab for an additional $120.

Once they are received, the results come back in 3-5 days and are available online, over the phone and via mail.