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Peace of mind with prenatal screenings

We've developed the next generation of non-invasive prenatal tests so that all women can access a higher standard of care.

Early results

Our lives are full of unknowns; information about your baby shouldn't have to be - in as early as 7 weeks, you can learn your baby's fetal sex. Well before your typical 20-week ultrasound.

At-home convenience

We work on your schedule - whether in PJs at home or on a lunch break at work, you can order your test kit and review your results from your phone or desktop.

Health concierge

We're more than a test - our Customer Care Team is on call to guide and support you, so you can spend more time preparing for the future and, most importantly, bonding with your baby.

How It Works

In 3 simple steps, you'll be on your way to discovering the fetal sex of your baby

Step 1

Order your kit

You've waited long enough! As soon as you place your order, we'll process and ship your order, which you will receive within 2 business days.

Step 2

Collect your sample

During your Sample Collection Zoom Call, our experts will guide you through the quick and easy collection process, which has a +99% result accuracy rate.

Step 3

Get your results

Once your kit is back in our sparkly CLIA-certified laboratory, we'll analyze your sample and get you your results within 2 business days!

From our community
From our community
“I chose Juno because it allowed my husband who’s deployed thousands of miles away, be a part of this pregnancy. It definitely gave me more control in a situation where I feel like I don’t have a lot of control.”
— Hannah
From our community
"The Juno kit came in the mail, it comes with everything you need. It was so easy! We got our results in only a few days. It was exciting and convenient!”
— Kelsey
From our community
“I chose Juno because of the time convenience and how personal it was. The time I got to save and the accuracy that I’ll have from this test means so much to me. This was totally a game changer!"
— Ethiopia

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