Chinese Gender Predictor in Determine Unborn Baby’s Gender

Baby sex determination has never been that easy with our Chinese Gender Predictor. The tool makes all the necessary calculations and conversions, which helps you to get the best out of the ancient Chinese Gender Chart, without knowing anything about the lunar calendar.

Predict the Sex of Unborn Baby

Enter your 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 gender” button, and you will get

Checking the Accuracy of Chinese Gender Chart

To know how accurate the predictor is, the best way is to try it on yourself, your relatives and friends.

Enter your mother’s birth date (or the birth date of your friend’s mother). Then select the button “Expected Due Date / Birth Date+† and enter your own (or your friend’s) birth date. Test it!

Of course, you can always check if the chart works on all your children. Simply enter your birth date and your kid’s birth date. Remember to choose the “Expected Due Date / Birth Date button. Try it!

If you think that this chart is not a good predictor for you to figure out boy or girl, we have collected 100 more DIY baby gender prediction tests for you which you can use to determine your gender of your fetus. The tests include observing the physical and emotional changes of your body, birthdate calculation methods, superstitious methods, ancient wisdom methods, and much more.

Select Baby Gender

Sometimes, gender selection may be considered for family planning. The Chinese gender predictor can advise the right time for you to get pregnant depending on your preference of the baby’s gender. For more information, you can read on the process here.

Mother’s Date of Birth

Date of Conception
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Check if the Chinese Gender Chart is Correct for You

To know how accurate is the predictor, the best way is to test it on yourself, your relatives and your friends

Enter your mother’s birth date (or the birthday of your friend’s mother). Then check the button “Expected Due Date / Birth Date+† and enter your own (or your friend’s) birth date. Test it!

Of course, you can always check if the chart works on all your children. Simply enter your birth date and your kid’s birth date. Again, remember to choose the “Expected Due Date / Birth Date button. Try it!

If you think that this chart is not a good predictor for you to figure out boy or girl, we have collected 100 more DIY baby gender prediction tests for you which you can use to determine your gender of your fetus. The tests include observing the physical and emotional changes of your body, birthdate calculation methods, superstitious methods, ancient wisdom methods, and much more.

Select Baby Gender

Sometimes, gender selection may be considered for family planning. The Chinese gender predictor can advise the right time for you to get pregnant depending on your preference of the baby’s gender. For more information, you can read on the process here.

The Legend of Origin

imperial_familyIt is said that this 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 is derived from I Ching and time projections, and exclusively created and proven effective for the imperial family to pray in getting baby boys. During the Boxers Rebellion towards the end of 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. After which it was only when a Chinese scholar visited the professor and studied the chart in detail, he finally brought this chart back to its homeland.


+ For an unborn baby, date of conception is calculated by subtracting 266 days from the expected due date
Birthdate must be close to the expected due date, in order to get an accurate outcome