Chinse Gender Calendar

Chinese Gender Calendar, or Chinese Birth Chart was buried in an imperial mausoleum with a history of over 300 years. It was calculated and deduced by the ancient Chinese based on Yin-Yang, Five Elements, Eight Diagrams and time.

The Chinese Baby Gender Calendar consists of two parts. The x-coordinate means the lunar month of conception from January to December while the y-coordinate means the mother's lunar age (1 or 2 years older than actual age) from 18 to 45. Follow the x-coordinate and y-coordinate to get the corresponding baby gender.
Lunar Age Lunar Month at Conception
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19
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21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
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33
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35
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44
45
Lunar Age 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Lunar Month at Conception

How to Use Chinse Gender Calendar?

How to calculate lunar age?

The age calculation, known as Chinese lunar age, in Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911 AD) varied from what we use now. At that time, the nine-month conception period was included in one's age, so a baby was one year old at the birth. Mother-to-bes can use our Lunar Age Calculator to calculate the Lunar Age.

How to calculate lunar conception month?

For the date of conception, the specific day of conception shall be used while the month of conception also refers to the lunar one. Expectant mothers can calculate the lunar month of conception by using our Gregorian-Lunar Calendar Convertor.

What if there is a Leap Month?

Leap month occurs every two or three years. If the conception happens in a leap month, the first half of the leap month shall be regarded as the previous month while the second half regarded as the next month when checking the Baby Gender Chart.

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