The Chinese Pregnancy Calendar is based on the Chinese lunar calendar. These dates usually represent the mothers age during the conception, the month when conception took place, and corresponding boxes labeled “B” for boy, and “G” for girl.
This data will be placed in vertical and horizontal positions allowing you to draw coordinates where the points will intersect. Still confused? Here’s some step-by-step assistance when using the Chinese Pregnancy Calendar:
1. First, take note of the woman's age during the time of conception.
2. Add 1 to the woman's age.
3. Take note of the month when the baby was conceived, and then exchange the month into Chinese Lunar Month.
4. Then, locate the month on the top portion of the Chart and the age on the left side of the chart.
5. Lastly, follow these two coordinates to the spot where they meet and intersect,
and look for the corresponding box labeled “B” for boy, or “G” for girl.
Although the Chinese Pregnancy Calendar maintains that it is 95% accurate,
But If you really want to 100% accuracy, it is better to
opt for an ultrasound during the 7th, or 8th month of the pregnancy for more accurate results,
and to not rely solely on the Chinese Pregnancy Calendar.