Baby Boy Predicts Baby Boy before Pregnancy using Chinese Gender Chart

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More Boys Than Girls in China and India

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Modified: August 15, 2019

Ancient China was an agricultural society. All families needed manpower to do farming jobs. More members of the family are a sign of prosperity. A man can bring his wife to help the family but a woman could also leave her family after marriage. That is why the Chinese prefer a baby boy than a girl as their family member. China promoted the "One child one family" policy in 1980 for population control. Many Chinese families tried many ways to have their baby boys. Today, Chinese young couples face another problem, they cannot afford to have a second child. They hope their firstborn is a boy. In China, the sex ratio is about 120 boys per 100 girls in 2004. There will be around 30-35 million more Chinese men of marrying age than women by 2020. The sex ratio is estimated at 115 boys per 100 girls in 2016. Chinese have realized the issue and are accepting a baby girl.

India is the second large population in the world. It has a similar issue like China. People in India prefer to have a baby boy over a girl. According to the India government 2011 data, the sex ratio is 1.07. The ratio in urban is 1.11. The ratio in some regions is higher than 1.40. The gender ratio of boy-girl is about 1.12 in 2016. India families are eager to have a baby boy than Chinese.

US Parents Report a Preference to Boys

The USA is the third large population in the world. According to a Gallup Poll in 2011, more Americans would pick a boy, if they were only allowed to have one child. In the poll, 40 percent of respondents reported wanting a boy, whereas 28 percent of definitively wanted a girl. Parents in the USA need to give more protection to the American girl and raise a teen girl as a beautiful flower.

Most of Asia countries and the Muslim world treat men much better than women in their society. Therefore, many families wish that the next time they give birth, the baby would be a boy.

Help You to Choose Baby Gender

Some women wish that the next time they give birth, the baby would be a boy. Chinese Baby Gender Calendar can help women to choose baby gender before their pregnancy. But that's not accurate enough. The Chinese Astrology Calendar can provide additional information about the relationship with our child using the Yin Yang Five Elements theory. The Five-Element relationship between mother and son will help the mother to know which year has a better chance to have a baby boy.

The following method to find a baby boy here applies only to women. It's required your birthday and birth time to build your Chinese astrology birth chart first. We will convert the birth chart into Five Elements, which are Metal, Water, Wood, Fire, and Earth. And then we will tell you which element represents you and which element represents your child. Five Elements are distinguished by Yin (female) and Yang (male). If the element of the mother is Yin, then the element of the son is Yang and vice versa.

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Three Steps - Find Element, Year and Month

After knowing the element of the son, we can search the years that contain the element. If the year contains the element of the son, then the woman has a chance to have a baby boy in that year.

Son Star  Find the element sign of the son from the birth chart

Son Year  Check the element sign of the son in a certain year

Son Month  Search the months that contain the element sign of the son to increase the chance to have a baby boy.

There are other factors to determine baby gender. For example, the Five Elements in the Major cycle, the Elements Relationships, and the Animals Relationships might change the result of baby gender. However, the accuracy of this simple baby gender prediction is much higher than the Chinese Baby Gender Statistic Chart.

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