Last Updated January 2017
Do you want to conceive a boy or a girl in 2017 or 2018? Need help determining the sex of the baby?
You’ve come to the right place. This is the most complete article you’ll find, describing how to use the 2017 and 2018 Chinese Pregnancy Calendar to get pregnant with a boy or a girl. It’s a pretty long article, but don’t skip any paragraphs, because any piece of info presented here is pure gold.
The Chinese Calendar Method is a well known astrological method for human gender selection, dating from the China of 13th century. It is a simple and natural strategy of increasing the likelihood of getting pregnant with a baby of the gender you want. Because this website’s purpose is to present you the best techniques on how to conceive a boy, I decided to focus this post on the way this legendary Chinese method of sex selection can help you conceive a boy.
This Article’s Contents
- Essential Details about this ancient method
- Before Conception
- Main Idea
- Special Kind of Month and Age: Chinese Lunar
- How It Works
- CHINESE LUNAR temporal concepts
- Lunar Year
- Lunar Month
- Lunar Age
- Conception (Gender) CHART
- The Table
- CHINESE table
- GREGORIAN translated table
- Two Functions: Selection and Prediction
- The Table
- Exact USE (Steps to Follow)
- Chinese table
- Gregorian table
Essential Details about the Chinese Pregnancy Calendar 2017 for Baby Gender
Purpose of this Method
This ancient method’s purpose is to determine the time intervals during which a woman is more likely to get pregnant with a baby of a desired sex. In other words, in every moment of the determined intervals, that woman’s chances to conceive a child of the desired gender are bigger than her odds (at that moment) to conceive a baby of the unwanted gender, according to the Chinese calendar baby gender method.
An essential aspect of this sex selection technique is that it is actually a preconceptional method, i.e. it helps controlling (more exactly, predetermining) the gender of a baby, prior to its conception, that is before the moment when that child’s mother gets pregnant with that baby.