What is the Chinese Conception Chart?
As any good superstition would have it, the Chinese Gender Chart – also known as a Chinese Conception Chart – was found in an ancient tomb of royal regard, having been buried over 700 years ago. The original is currently showcased at the Beijing Institute of Science in China. The idea behind the Chinese Conception Chart is that women of the same age seem statistically likely to have children of the same sex. A 21-year-old woman has a 91 percent chance of conceiving a girl, while a 20-year-old woman has a 75 percent chance of conceiving a boy according to the chart. While no one has ever officially declared it to be an exact science, plenty of women swear by it, thanks to its accuracy in regards to their personal pregnancy. Popular word on the street is baby conception using Chinese calendars is up to 90 percent accurate, but again this is all hearsay. Even though using conception calendars to influence gender seems to be a gamble, you’ll definitely come across plenty of die hard believ