Sunday, March 27, 2011 12:56:04 PM
Even if there is a positive correlation between AGD length and fertility, that does not mean that measuring the AGD in any way amounts to an accurate fertility test. It merely tells you the probability of an individual being fertile.
Saturday, March 26, 2011 4:18:30 PM
Actually, to anyone who knows the anatomical effects of testosterone and estrogen this is not that surprising. Testosterone differentiates whether or not ones foetal gonads (and all the plumbing) becomes male or female. The more foetal testosterone the larger the AGD distance (in both males and females). As such, I would predict that a larger AGD distance in females leads to decreased fertility.