Chinese Gender Predictor Chart and Calendar

Chinese Gender Prediction Chart

Month of Conception
Age at Conception Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
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22 Girl Boy Boy Girl Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Girl Girl Girl
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31 Boy Boy Boy Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Girl Girl
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33 Girl Boy Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Boy Girl
34 Boy Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Boy Girl Boy Girl Girl
35 Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Boy Girl Boy
36 Boy Girl Boy Boy Boy Girl Boy Boy Girl Girl Girl Girl
37 Girl Girl Boy Girl Girl Girl Boy Girl Girl Boy Boy Boy
38 Boy Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl
39 Girl Girl Boy Girl Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Boy Girl Boy
40 Boy Boy Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Girl Boy
41 Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl
42 Boy Girl Girl Boy Boy Boy Boy Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy
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44 Boy Girl Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy
45 Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl Boy Girl

What is a Chinese gender predictor chart?

Chinese gender prediction charts estimate the gender of an unborn child by using the mother’s lunar age at the time of conception and the due date or projected date of conception. The result is a guess as to whether or not you’ll have a son or a daughter.

Some say the custom dates back 700 years, to the discovery of a gender prediction calendar in a royal Chinese tomb.

Chinese astrology experts agree that these charts can accurately forecast your child’s gender.

However, there is a dearth of reliable information about the chart’s efficacy and reliability. In sum, it’s possible that the Chinese gender prediction calendar is nothing more than an urban legend.

How accurate is a Chinese gender predictor chart ?

Many expectant mothers believe the Chinese gender predictor chart to be the most accurate method available for finding out whether they are having a boy or a girl without resorting to invasive medical procedures. Really though, how accurate are they?

The sex of your unborn child may be predicted with up to 93 percent accuracy, according to some studies, by consulting a Chinese gender calendar. Because it accounts for both your age and the month of conception, you can refer to it whenever you like.

To find out your baby’s gender, you don’t have to wait as long if you use a Chinese gender predictor as opposed to the more common ultrasound done in the second trimester.

However, the efficacy of Chinese gender calendars has never been proven. As far as experts can tell, the chart is just as inaccurate as any other low-tech, non-medical gender test. Due to the binary nature of the situation, any non-scientific method will be correct roughly 50% of the time, regardless of whether you’re expecting a boy or a girl.

Should I use a Chinese gender calendar?

To each his own, I guess. There’s no danger in doing this or any of the other lighthearted “boy or girl?” tests; in fact, they may be very entertaining, especially when done with friends and family.

Play gender guessing games if you like a good laugh. Don’t base any major choices or life changes on the outcome, though (like picking the perfect baby name or deciding how to decorate the nursery).

How can I determine my baby’s sex for sure?

An OB/GYN or midwife appointment is your best bet for a definitive determination of your unborn child’s gender. Medical professionals can utilize a number of methods to establish the gender of an unborn child, but the most common time this is done is during the 20-week anatomy scan, performed between weeks 18 and 22 of pregnancy.

Although your baby’s sex is determined at conception, this ultrasound test cannot determine it until the genitalia have fully matured. We can expect a high degree of accuracy, but it is not perfect. Mistakes can be made, even by technicians.

Noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT), chorionic villus sampling (CVS), and amniocentesis are all reliable medical procedures for determining the gender of an unborn child with a high degree of precision (amnio).

One is a blood test, which is becoming increasingly popular among expectant mothers who are curious about the gender of their unborn child.

The other two are more invasive procedures for detecting chromosomal abnormalities, and are therefore often reserved for higher-risk pregnancies.

Predicting the gender of your unborn child with the help of a Chinese gender predictor chart can be an interesting pastime. However, they are not founded in science, therefore you should just employ them for your own entertainment.

If you really want to know, you should see a doctor and get tested using one of the reliable methods available. It’s also possible to just wait it out. You’ll get to meet this sweet little one in just a few months, and then you’ll know for sure.

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