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    The digit ratio is influenced by testosterone in the womb while the fetus is forming. Testosterone also impacts other features such as in the brain. For example testosterone increases myelin sheaths on axons (protective against multiple sclerosis which is far more common in females than males) and other far-reaching effects.

    However, fetal exposure doesn't tell you how much your own body is currently producing.

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    mom was hi T


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    least I got something to brag about on the internet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bertrand View Post
    mom was hi T


    gave me autism and a big ring finger

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    least I got something to brag about on the internet
    Oh fuck i should not get a baby 👶

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallmo View Post
    I've read that intermittent fasting improves T levels.
    Then mine should be much higher than they are or is it only in men?

    My longest fast was 7 days and I only broke it because I no longer wanted to drink water either and people were getting concerned. I could have gone a bit longer without damage. :/ I had more energy those 7 days while not eating than I do after eating. It was sort of surreal but cool.

    I did it for a mind/spirit reset (not religious) so I do not recommend it for 7 days at a time unless you are in the right frame of mind and your intentions for fasting are clear. I could never fast that long before because my intentions were not clear and it was a struggle. That time I didn't even think of food and was not bothered a bit. I didn't feel any hunger the first couple of days either which is what I felt by the second day when I had tried it before. I want to do it again soon.

    I intermittent fast every day and have pretty consistently for years. Not for any health benefits or diet plan though. I just don't eat until late and I only eat once a day which feels more natural to me.

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    I have had my testosterone tested about a year ago, but it doesn't mean so much without other markers like free and albumin bound testosterone.

    Here is an interesting article for people who would perhaps like to experiment with their bodies https://www.artofmanliness.com/2013/...one-naturally/

    Quote Originally Posted by Aylen View Post
    Then mine should be much higher than they are or is it only in men?

    My longest fast was 7 days and I only broke it because I no longer wanted to drink water either and people were getting concerned. I could have gone a bit longer without damage. :/ I had more energy those 7 days while not eating than I do after eating. It was sort of surreal but cool.

    I did it for a mind/spirit reset (not religious) so I do not recommend it for 7 days at a time unless you are in the right frame of mind and your intentions for fasting are clear. I could never fast that long before because my intentions were not clear and it was a struggle. That time I didn't even think of food and was not bothered a bit. I didn't feel any hunger the first couple of days either which is what I felt by the second day when I had tried it before. I want to do it again soon.

    I intermittent fast every day and have pretty consistently for years. Not for any health benefits or diet plan though. I just don't eat until late and I only eat once a day which feels more natural to me.
    Impressive. My longest fast is about 40 hours, spiritually it's good for you. I hear it's good for the body too, but I haven't looked too much into it though.

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