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Finger Length Testosterone Levels in Womb

edited August 2013 in Sex & Romance
So, I tried posting this in the bump section, but there was a lot of immaturity.  So, I thought I'd try here. 
Have any of you seen this study: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/MensHealth/penis-size-linked-finger-length/story?id=13999229
It states that Korean researchers found a correlation between penis length and the ration of ring finger to index finger length.  Basically, a guy with a longer ring finger than index finger is better endowed.  It also states that athletic ability is tied to this...as it all relates to testosterone levels in the body during Pregnancy.  So, I wondered....is this true for you?  Does your husbands ring finger/index finger ratio correspond to his endowment? 

Once my DH saw this, he said once we are pregnant with first LO, I should get testosterone booster shots. 

Re: Finger Length Testosterone Levels in Womb

  • IDK about that. I have read those studies about the feet, hands, fingers but there always seems to be a study later on to refute it - based off DH and passed ex bf's the finger ratios dont always correspond to endowment - it does not with DH.
    I am not well-read in the genes and DNA field but it seems like most of the endowment would come from the family, not from a physical characteristic.
    Im not sure about the testosterone booster shots. Once again Im not well-read, just remember from health classes the cons of taking steroids or testosterone boosters, that is probably a good question for your dr when you are TTC or are expecting.

    Hopefully this was a little more mature then what you got on the bump. Interesting article!

    ~E~
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