EXCLUSIVE: How To Determine The Gender Of A Yet To be Conceived Baby

by Temitope Obayendo

Its always been a serious challenge to many parents who have been having a particular sex of children over and over again, without balancing the gender.In fact, this has made many marriages gone polygamous and ended the marriage.According to the Chinese Gender Conception Chart, you can determine the gender of your yet to be conceived baby.Get details below after the cut

The Chinese birth gender chart, an ancient gender prediction method, is a fun way to guess the gender of an unborn child. Similar to astrology, there is no proof that this method is accurate, but some people swear by it and most people use it just for fun. To use the chart, you need only two pieces of information — the lunar month and the lunar age of the mother when the baby is conceived. Here’s how to do it.

Figuring Out Gender

Find out the mother’s lunar age at the time of conception. The Chinese use a lunar calendar, which is different from the Western Gregorian calendar. For this reason, you’re going to have to calculate the mother’s age according to the lunar calendar, not the Gregorian calendar.

First of all, add one year to however old you are right now. You’re 32 years old right now? According to the Chinese calendar, you’re at least 33 (possibly 34). This is because the Chinese count the first nine months spent in the womb towards the baby’s age, unlike in the West. So when a baby is born, it’s already 1 year old according to the lunar calendar.

If you were born after February 22, take your Gregorian age, add 1 (from the roughly year you spent in your mother’s womb), and you’re done. If you’re 17 and you were born on July 11, you’re 18 according to the lunar calendar.

If you were born before February 22, find out if your birthday comes before or after the Chinese New Year during the year you were born. If you were born before the Chinese New Year, add an additional year to your Gregorian age.

For example, you were born on January 7, 1990; the Chinese New Year during 1990 happened on January 27, meaning you were born before the New Year, according to the lunar calendar. This makes you two years older, in lunar years, than you are according to the Gregorian calendar.
If you’re having trouble converting your Gregorian age to your lunar age, search for an online converter.

2. Determine the lunar month during which the baby was conceived. If the baby has not yet been conceived, determine the month that you would like the baby to be conceived, or just work backward: use the calendar and desired gender to determine when you should conceive.
The easiest way to convert the actual month or the desired month of conception to the lunar calendar is to use an online converter. Type in “Gregorian to lunar calendar conversion,” or use the one supplied here

3. Using the graph above, find the place where your lunar age and the child’s conception month intersect. Start from your lunar age at the time of conception and move right until you find the lunar month when the child conceived. This will give you either a G (girl) or B (Boy).


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1 comment

Anonymous August 13, 2013 - 4:09 pm

I think this will be more of guest work. There's no way the mum's age or / and month of delivery of a baby will affect gender of the child. If it does , it will be more of superordinary.the ovulation related method appears more rational and realistic


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