There are countless techniques to finding out your baby’s sex before they’re born. Today we want to discuss a Japanese method that has become quite popular.
When a woman finds out she’s pregnant, there is a question that inevitably comes to mind. Will it be a boy or a girl? Many of us become quite anxious while we wait in uncertainty.
But today we want to let you in on a secret. You don’t have to wait until week 20 to discover your baby’s sex.
Don’t believe it? Then we’ll tell you that there is an infinite number of ways to try to find out the answer. And if you do, then the months ahead become even more entertaining. What’s more, knowing the sex of your baby can be very useful.
First of all, you’re probably excited about choosing the perfect name for your little one. Another detail we can’t ignore is the process of designing and decorating your little one’s room.
And, of course, what mother doesn’t want to choose her newborn’s clothing as she awaits his or her arrival? Knowing the sex of your baby makes all of this much easier.
Different methods of discovering your baby’s sex
There are countless age-old methods that allow you to find out whether you’re having a boy or a girl. Some of the simplest ways are those that our grandmothers used.
On the opposite end of the spectrum are the more “scientific” techniques. And then of course, you have those methods that involve charts and numerology.
You may very well find yourself feeling skeptical and doubting the reliability of each method.
Be that as it may, sooner or later, you’ll probably end up giving them a try. And in the same way, you’ll probably end up making bets with friends and family about the sex and due date of your little one.
Many of our ancestors observed the shape of the pregnant women’s body, her belly, and even possible spots on her face. Women before us also used the trick of holding a chain over the belly to observe whether it swings or moves in circles.
But wait, there’s more… we’re just getting started! There are thousand-year-old methods that belong to different cultures and civilizations around the world.
Some of these cultures disappeared into the past, and some are still thriving among us. Among these ancient cultures are the Mayas, the Chinese and the Japanese.
Last, but not least, there is another strategy for determining the sex of your baby that is becoming quite popular. The Ramzi Method is scientifically based, and involves the analysis of ultrasounds that take place during pregnancy.
The baby’s sex is determined according to the orientation of the placenta.
The Japanese method
Today we want to refer to a Japanese technique that you can employ to find out if you’re having a boy or a girl. The first thing you’ll need to do is get your hands on a set of charts and learn how to use them correctly.
You can find them on various websites. We’ll also share them with future mothers in this article so you can test them out for yourselves.
So, the first thing we need to look for on said chart is the day you were born. At the same time, look for your partner’s birthday as well.
Now, look for the point at which the two dates intersect. There you’ll find your secret number, which is very important for the next step. If necessary, write the number down somewhere so you can continue with the technique without forgetting.
Once you’ve found your secret number, you’ll need to think back to the month in which you conceived your baby.
Without this critical information, it’s impossible to come to a trustworthy conclusion about your child’s sex. Even the smallest error can modify the end result.
Finally, look for the intersection of the secret number you discovered in the beginning and the month of your baby’s conception. There you’ll find out the sex of your baby. There you have it!
Now you’ve got one more way to take out your anxiety about the arrival of your new addition. What result did you discover? Do you think the method is reliable? Don’t wait to give it a try!