How to Determine Testosterone Levels by Looking at Your Ring Finger

How To Determine Testosterone Levels By Looking At Your Ring Finger

How To Determine Testosterone Levels By Looking At Your Ring Finger

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How To Determine Testosterone Levels By Looking At Your Ring Finger

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Use this method to measure your testosterone level.

Step 1: Know the facts
Know the facts: More testosterone exposure is linked to a longer ring finger. Researchers say ring finger length is determined as early as the 14th week of pregnancy.

Step 2: Examine your hand
Take a good look at your own fingers by straightening them out and closing the space between them. Hold your hand in front of your face with your palm open and facing away from you.

Step 3: Eyeball the difference
Look at the difference between the length of your index (or second) finger and your ring (or fourth) finger.

Tip
Compare your finger length to a woman's, if you are a man, and to a man's, if you are a woman, to get a visual on the difference testosterone makes in ring finger length.

Step 4: Calculate your masculinity
Calculate your testosterone level: the longer your ring finger is in relation to your index finger, the more testosterone you were exposed to in the womb. Conversely, a person with an index finger longer than the ring finger was exposed to more estrogen as a fetus.

Step 5: Accept your lot in life
Accept the results — the relative length of your fingers is set before birth and remains the same throughout life.

Did You Know?
Men produce 20 to 40 times the amount of testosterone that women do.

How to Determine Testosterone Levels by Looking at Your Ring Finger

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Use this method to measure your testosterone level.

Step 1: Know the facts
Know the facts: More testosterone exposure is linked to a longer ring finger. Researchers say ring finger length is determined as early as the 14th week of pregnancy.

Step 2: Examine your hand
Take a good look at your own fingers by straightening them out and closing the space between them. Hold your hand in front of your face with your palm open and facing away from you.

Step 3: Eyeball the difference
Look at the difference between the length of your index (or second) finger and your ring (or fourth) finger.

Tip
Compare your finger length to a woman's, if you are a man, and to a man's, if you are a woman, to get a visual on the difference testosterone makes in ring finger length.

Step 4: Calculate your masculinity
Calculate your testosterone level: the longer your ring finger is in relation to your index finger, the more testosterone you were exposed to in the womb. Conversely, a person with an index finger longer than the ring finger was exposed to more estrogen as a fetus.

Step 5: Accept your lot in life
Accept the results -- the relative length of your fingers is set before birth and remains the same throughout life.

Did You Know?
Men produce 20 to 40 times the amount of testosterone that women do.

41 thoughts on “How to Determine Testosterone Levels by Looking at Your Ring Finger

  1. This is actually very accurate because if you have a longer ring finger
    that means you have bigger testicles which produce testosterone.

    1. +Letsecondservice No, and yes. Taking steroids makes your body think it
      already is producing enough testosterone, so then the body stops producing
      testosterone by itself and then your nuts shrivel up like grapes in the
      sun. Now if your body produces a high amount of testosterone naturally, the
      body has no reactions as it is normal. You could produce the testosterone
      of 10 gorillas and your nuts won’t turn themselves into raisins if its
      natural and your body sees its normal to produce that much.

    1. +SEB guy don’t believe the hype. If The Most High can open the eyes of the
      blind, HE can heal anything; and if we live right and make it to the
      promise land, then we will have new body and life!

    1. +Don't read “Pimp” Boy Nope. A study showed that (surprise surprise),
      Mexican-Americans have the highest testosterone levels while non-Hispanic
      blacks and non-Hispanic Whites had similar levels.

    1. Just another jealous guy who doesn’t have a beard because his ring finger
      is the same length as his index finger.

  2. Nope, research has suggested that this difference between the index and
    ring finger is a marker for prenatal exposure to testosterone (so how much
    T you’re exposed to in your mother’s womb). It has nothing to do with
    circulating T.

    1. +BloopyBlobBob True, Im 17 with 261.4 ngdl test and my middle fingers and
      ring fingers are about the same length. The difference between my ring
      fingers and index fingers is 0.5 inches. Even with my low test levels, im
      6ft1 and have solid muscle even more than the guys who have more test than
      me, anyway I thing prenatal exposure of more test is still a plus
      considering my low t levels and how I am able to put on muscle very easier
      than guys who have higher t levels than me.

  3. I see some guys getting mad but I wouldn’t take it serious. On one hand my
    index is longer, the other my ring is ever so slightly longer, however I’m
    aggressive, put on muscle easily, broad shoulders, deep voice, features
    considered masculine..

  4. The testosterone levels that he is talking about is while the baby is still
    in the prenatal womb. A mans ring finger will be longer than the index if
    he was exposed to high levels of it. Also is the case with butch fems. 

  5. My ring finger is longer then my index finger does that mean im ok? im a
    boy and im 14

  6. so…. my ring finger is half an inch longer than my index….. but im 17,
    look like I’m 12, can’t grow a beard or any body hair, sound like a
    toddler, and is 5’9 in a family of giants? Bad luck?

    1. testosterone is probably why you are shorter than your family because
      testosterone hardens the bones and closes your growth plates quicker

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