The Chinese Baby Gender Pregnancy Calendar Prediction Chart is a cross-reference chart that helped loyal families of Ching () Dynasty in the Forbidden City in choosing baby gender using the factors of woman's age and conception month.
The Baby Gender Prediction Calendar Chart is published in Chinese Farmer's Almanac every year. According to the Chinese Farmer's Almanac, people did the survey in the hospital's delivery room in Taiwan during the time women didn't know too much about the abortion and contraception. They said that the Chinese Baby Gender Prediction Chart has very astounding accurate rate. We had collected the Survey Data for the Baby Gender Prediction Chart around the world for more than 10 years. We will published the survey result soon.
Where and when was the Baby Gender Prediction Chart discovered? Chinese Farmer's Almanac has a story about the Origin of Chinese Baby Gender Prediction Chart. Today, the Chinese Gender Prediction Calendar Chart has different versions on the Internet. Our version is exactly the same to the chart in the book of Chinese Farmer's Almanac.
To check for the baby gender is required to know woman's age and conception month when using the prediction chart. This Baby Gender Prediction Chart was made in the Ching Dynasty and the Chinese used Chinese Lunar Calendar at that time. The Chinese Lunar Calendar Conversion is complicated to use so we provide a very easy way to help women to find their Chinese age and conception month. All the calculations of Chinese Lunar Calendar conversion are done in our Chinese Baby Gender Predictor page.
Woman Conception Chinese Lunar Month
The Chinese Baby Gender Prediction Chart contains two dimensions. One is Woman Chinese Age. The other is the Conception Lunar Month. Chinese used Chinese Lunar Calendar during the Ching Dynasty. Therefore, the months in the chart are the Chinese lunar months. Chinese add to their age on each following Chinese New Year day. Thus, we need the Chinese Lunar Calendar to use the Chinese Baby Gender Prediction Chart.
In the Baby Gender Cross-Reference Chart, B stands for boy and blank stands for girl in the chart. This is a statistical chart. B means the chance is higher to have be a boy than a girl.