Oh, whoa, I just saw that it was a different company that was wrong for you. Was it drops of blood on a piece of paper, or an actual vial of blood drawn in a dr's office? I read the entire scientific study on fetal DNA testing in the mother's blood, and the study confirmed that when maternal blood was drawn and the plasma separated, the testing was 95% accurate for gender, but that the at home testing through the mail with drops of blood on a card and urine-based testing were not accurate at all.
Crunchy mama two DS and married 6 years to my wonderful DH. I'm NEVER having another boy!