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A Man’s Finger Can Tell You If He’s Good In Bed
Scientists have unveiled a new way of figuring out how long a man will last in bed – just by looking at his hands.
Apparently, if a man’s ring fingers are of equal length or shorter than his index fingers he will last longer in bed.
But when a man have a longer ring finger, he is more likely to put on a disappointingly short performance.
The new finger findings are all related to testosterone.
Dr. David Goldmeier at Imperial College London discovered that the more testosterone a baby boy comes into contact within the womb, the longer his ring finger will be compared to his index finger.
He explained that high levels of testosterone exposure could damage brain receptors that control ejaculation.
According to previous studies, premature ejaculation, which affects up to one in three men at some point in their lives, could be put down to genetic factors or rushed early sexual experiences.
Turkish scientists tested 65 men with a history of premature ejaculation and compared them with other 65 men without problems.
They said “Foetal hormone exposure may be a new risk factor for lifelong premature ejaculation.”
Men suffering from premature ejaculation will last less than a minute while those who aren’t suffering from premature ejaculation will have sex between five and seven minutes.