Chinese gender prediction chart


by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on April 29, 2015

TCT would like to share an awesome gender prediction chart that is based on an ancient Chinese calendar found in a royal tomb near Beijing. So, mommies and daddies, try it out for fun!

From the day you conceive to the day you deliver, the excitement of not knowing the gender of the baby stays with you. Even the relatives and friends keep taking a wild guess about that. The Baby shower becomes so much more delightful. You must be aware of the many old wives tales associated with child gender prediction during pregnancy. Though it is a bit tricky to comment on their level of accuracy as they have been passed down from one generation to another, but they sure are fun to hear about.Chinese gender prediction chart 01

When I was carrying Brat H, my maid would tell me it’s a boy and I didn’t believe her. And, the day we came back from the hospital after the delivery, she looked at me and smiled. Much later, I asked her how did she know and she said, ‘well, it’s a secret’. So, for all you would-be curious parents, these tales serve as an entertaining way of predicting the gender of your unborn child. Around the world, there are numerous traditional pregnancy sayings that claim to give you an indication if you are going to have a baby boy or a baby girl. They don’t have any proven scientific base but then who’s stopping you to make your presumptions till the baby is born, right?Chinese gender prediction chart 02

TCT would like to share this awesome gender predicting chart that is based on an ancient Chinese calendar found in a royal tomb near Beijing. The Chinese gender prediction chart is also commonly called as Chinese birth chart or Chinese birth calendar or Chinese pregnancy calendar. It is believed to be over 700 years old and now is supposedly kept in the Institute of Science in Beijing.

It is fairly simple to use and is used across the world by would-be parents to get an indication of the gender of their unborn baby. It is not based on any proven scientific facts and is used only for enjoyment purposes as it is considered a bit more accurate as compared to other traditional pregnancy sayings. Before you jump on to use this calendar, it is important to know the correct way of how to calculate the final results. Know that this calendar is based on the lunar age of the mother and her unborn child. To calculate it, follow the directions below.

1. Determine your Chinese age at the time of conception: Just follow the link given below to calculate your Chinese age in one step. Click here for the chart.

2. Find the lunar month during which the baby was conceived by calculating backwards from the expected date of delivery.

3. Take the Chinese calendar and find the point of intersection of your lunar age (calculated above) and your unborn child’s conception month. The corresponding box will give you an idea if you are expecting a boy or a girl!Chinese gender prediction chart 03

So, mommies and daddies, did you have fun predicting the gender of the baby? Atleast, the idea is to make your pregnancy period bit more enjoyable. Whether it’s a girl or a boy, life for you is going to be beautiful anyway. Chinese gender prediction chart 04

Best of luck with your pregnancy and loads of love to your little one 🙂

Disclaimer: TCT doesn’t promote gender identification. This post is purely meant for fun and aims to add some excitement to the overall pregnancy experience!

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3 thoughts on “Chinese gender prediction chart

  1. Interesting… I was told by a couple of older people that my first child would be a boy. They said that it has to do with the form of the belly… Which honestly was totally different when I was pregnant with my boy and with my girl…

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