Based on the ancient Chinese Gender Chart, our Chinese Gender Predictor can accurately predict an unborn baby’s gender just by knowing the mother’s age and the month when the baby is conceived. With the predictor, you can also find out the Chinese zodiac of the baby. Give it a try!
What can the Chinese Gender Predictor do?
Predict the Sex of Unborn Baby
Select the mother’s date of birth and the date of conception at the calculator below. If you are not sure about the date of conception, you can just choose the expected due date+ option. Then press the “show me the baby gender” button, and you will get
- The lunar month and date of conception
- The baby’s Chinese Zodiac
- The baby’s gender
- The lunar age at the time of pregnancy
- The projected position of the baby in the Chinese gender chart
To know how accurate the predictor is, the best way is to try the gender predictor on yourself, your relatives, and friends.
If you think that this is not a good baby gender predictor, we have also collected 100 plus baby gender prediction tests for you. The tests include observing the physical and emotional changes of your body, birthdate calculation methods, superstitious methods, and much more.
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Baby Gender Selection with the Chinese Gender Predictor
Other than family planning, selecting baby gender could be essential for preventing sex-related illnesses and disorders. The fact is that the same gender chart can be used to select your baby gender. You pick a gender, and our baby gender selection calculator will show you what is the best time to get pregnant.
Origin of the Chinese Gender Chart
It is said that the Chinese gender prediction chart has a history of over three hundred years. It was kept in custody by dedicated eunuchs in the Qing palace and was not showcased to others. This chart had been proven effective for gender selection by the imperial family. During the Boxers Rebellion towards the end of the Qing Dynasty, most of the empire’s exotic treasures were looted. This chart was brought to England, in which the King had it translated and treasured it so much that it was not seen easily by others. Later, the chart made its way to Austria to the hands of a professor. It was only when a Chinese scholar visited the professor and brought this chart back to its homeland.
No matter this is a true story or not, there is little argument about the fact that the chart is grounded on the principle of I Ching.
Some of the older Chinese believe that the ancient chart not only predicts the gender of the baby, but also the baby’s appearance – that is, if a male child will be born with masculine or feminine features; and if a female child will be born with feminine features or masculine features!
The method is simple. After doing a gender test with the Chinese Gender Predictor, pay attention to the 1st, 5th, and 9th month of the mother’s age at the Chinese Gender Chart. If two or three faces are boys, the baby will inherit a masculine appearance. On the contrary, if two or three faces are girls, that baby will have a feminine appearance. Of course, If all three faces are boys the baby will be very masculine, and if all three faces are girls the baby will be very feminine.
Mother’s DOB : May 5, 1993
Date of Conception : April 30, 2018
Put these two pieces of information into the Chinese Gender Predictor, and you know the mother’s lunar age is 26 and the baby is a boy.
As you can see from the chart at the age of 26, two out of the three baby faces (1st, 5th, and 9th month) are girls. As a result, the baby boy will look a bit feminine.
Mother’s DOB : January 1, 1984
Date of Conception : October 15, 2015
Put these into the Chinese Gender Predictor, and you know the mother’s lunar age is 33 and the baby is a girl.
As you can see from the chart at the age of 33, three out of the three baby faces (1st, 5th, and 9th month) are girls. The baby girl should look very feminine.
Women are the Deciders
The Gender Chart tells you that the baby’s gender is only determined by two factors, which are the lunar month of conception and the mother’s lunar age. In other words, the father is not involved in the process of determining the baby’s gender. It is obviously contradictory to the mainstream theory of using X and Y chromosomes to determine a person’s gender.
However, there were numerous research studies1 finding that the female ovum membrane produces different electrical charges that can attract either the X or Y sperm. If it is the case, then it is true that the female chooses the gender of the baby, and the male only determines the gender of the baby after conception.
How accurate is the chart?
No one knows exactly. But a survey suggests that the hit rate could be well over 70%. An uncovered story may tell you the truth. Leading by the former premier Zhou Enlai (周恩來, 1898~1976), the communist government had conducted a countrywide health care reform started in the late 1940s. One of the goals was to find out if there are any relationships between the baby gender and the characters of their parents. The result was surprisingly coincident with the ancient gender chart.
From over 3 million newborn babies, they found that there is a significant relationship among baby gender, mother’s (lunar) age, and the conceived (lunar) month. In fact, they discovered that knowing the mother’s age and the conceived month can well predict the baby’s gender. The correlation rate is exceptionally high within mothers of age range from 18 to 49. On the other hand, they didn’t find any relationship between fathers and the gender of babies.
The Chinese Gender Predictor is fun to use. However, if you require a highly accurate result to identify your baby gender, you should consider employing some hi-tech baby gender identification methods.
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- Papa, F., Henrion, R., Breart, G. Sélection pré-conceptionelle du sexe par la méthode ionique. J. Gynecol. Obstet. Biol. Reprod. (Paris). 1983;12:415–422
- Koltzoff et Schroeder. Artificial control of sex in the progeny of mammalians. Nature 131:329 March 1933
- shijima SA, Okuno M, Odagiri H, Mohri T, Mohri H. Separation of X- and Y-chromosome-bearing murine sperm by free-flow electrophoresis: evaluation of separation using PCR. Zoolog Sci 1992 Jun;9(3):601-6