- How can I put it into practice?
- How to calculate gender?
- What should I consider?
How can I put it into practice?
There is an opinion that the state of human health depends on the age of this biological fluid, that is, the older it is, the more a person is exposed to stress, infectious and other diseases. At this time, chronic diseases are more often exacerbated and new ones appear. Therefore, many future parents who own such information, conclude that in the last year before the renewal of blood, it is better to abandon the conception of the child. It is considered that it is advisable to do this at a more favorable time, namely in the first year after it has changed. It is said that children who were conceived during this period are endowed with better health, rarely have congenital malformations, are less prone to illnesses and allergic reactions.
Usually in practice the blood property is updated to find out who will be born - a girl or a boy. You can calculate the sex of the future child both after conception and at the stage of pregnancy planning.
How to calculate gender?
If you believe this theory, a couple will have a child of the same sex with that of the parents, whose blood at the time of conception will be younger. If she was younger than a woman, then a girl will be born, if a man, then a boy will appear. To have a child of a certain sex, you need to make simple calculations. For this you need to know the year of birth of each of the spouses or the number of full years. Then divide the age of the future father by 4, and the age of the future mother - by 3. On the resulting remnants determine whose blood is currently younger.
- A woman is 23 years old, a man is 25 years old.
- 23 divided by 3, we get 7.6.
- 25 divided by 4, it turns out to be 6.25.
Who has the remainder less, is younger. As you can see, younger than a man, so if a conception occurs at this time, the couple will have a boy. If the spouses want a girl, they need to calculate when the blood of a future father is older than that of the future mother. In this case, it will happen in two years:
- The woman will be 25 years old, and the man - 27.
- 25 divided by 3, we get 8.33.
- 27 divided by 4, it turns out to be 6.75.
The future father has more left, so the couple can expect the girl.
There is an easier way to determine the gender of the child. To do this, use the ready-made data:
- the age when the blood is updated for men: 20, 24, 28, 32, 36 and so on;
- is similar for women: 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33 and so on.
Update the blood can tell you who you are born: a boy or a girl
Based on this information, you need to compare the age of the future mother and father and determine who had the update occurred earlier, and who later. So you can find out whose blood is older and whose age is younger.
For the pair from the example above:
- A woman of 23 years of age had an update two years ago, and a man 25 years old - a year ago, means that the man's blood is younger, so the couple should have a boy.
- In two years the situation will change. The woman will be 25 years old, that is, she had an update a year ago. A man will turn 27 years old and his blood will be older, as it was renewed three years ago. Therefore, most likely that the light will be a girl.
What should I consider?
Such calculations will be correct if no one in the pair does not experience significant blood loss. Otherwise, the update will take place earlier. This can happen:
- during the donation process;
- for surgical intervention;
- as a result of an accident or injury;
- during childbirth, abortions, miscarriages.
Future parents from the moment of pregnancy diagnosis want to know the gender of the child
In such cases, the last update occurs at the time of one of the above events.
According to most doctors, it is hardly possible to determine the sex of the child in this way. Also, the theory of the renewal of blood itself is not indisputable, and therefore to believe or not is a private matter for everyone. The method has no scientific justification and can not guarantee an accurate result, even if many mothers claim that they have all come together. This is most likely an ordinary coincidence.
Even if we assume that the cell renewal occurs every three to four years, which is highly doubtful, it is still unlikely that an undistorted result can be obtained if massive bleeding or transfusion occurred. According to many scientists, cell renewal occurring in the body is a much more complicated process, connected not so much with periods of time as with genetics and various biological processes.