Answered by a guest - Nov. 22, 2011 11:12am
There are thousands of women, who found Chinese calender wrong. for proof you can go to "justmommies" or "babycenter.com". Actually, this predictor is only 25% times correct, and is just for fun. So if it is correct for someone, she is probably in 25%, and if it is wrong for someone, then she is in 75% women. take care.
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Answered by Bean91 - Nov. 19, 2011 10:23pm
After I had my DD, I looked at the chart (hadn't discovered it until afterwards) and it was right on the money lol I don't know if it's always accurate but I thought it was pretty freaky. It's neat though.
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Answered by a guest - Nov. 18, 2011 7:00pm
I am newly pregnant and I looked at two versions of the gender calculator...one said girl and the other said boy! One of them will be right :) And no matter what it always has a 50% chance of being correct.
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Answered by missytwoshoes - Nov. 18, 2011 6:33pm
Not sure. They predicted a boy for my first pregnancy however it had a higher percentage that it would be a girl. and she was a girl. :)
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Answered by a member - Nov. 18, 2011 5:45pm
Surprisingly I looked at that calendar both times I was pregnant and it was right both times, first my son then my daughter, but I also know my DH and I conceived my daughter after having intercourse one time shortly after I had stopped bleeding due to a miscarriage. It is a fact that female sperm live longer then the !males do. I must have ovulated shortly after our one time together, but since it was just the once there was no other competition for those female swimmers, and thankfully for that I got my girl. It's a longer process but the best chance for a girl is to time your attempts a couple days prior to ovulation, and only then. Good luck and Baby Girl Dust!
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Answered by angelgurlamfk - Nov. 18, 2011 2:38pm
The gender calculator was right for my son, but wrong for my niece. I think it's all in what you believe, honestly. Baby Dust!
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