If you need help in finding the best sex hormones, I can tell you that the FDA has approved a number of hormones with low risk for side effects. In my opinion, the only thing that is guaranteed to cause any negative side effects is using an outdated version of one of the hormones. I recommend that you avoid older, more harmful hormones. You don't want your baby's hormone level to rise to the levels of adult men who have prostate cancer. But if that is your goal, then by all means, use the latest version of the hormone. If you are not interested in hormone treatment, or are just trying to reduce the side effects, then use the same hormone for the duration of your pregnancy. To see a list of the hormones that are approved to treat various types of diseases, click here. The first two options above are not really an alternative to hormones. Both options are very effective and you would have less issues in regards to side effects. I would also recommend you use an over the counter estrogen product for some days before or after the birth to help prevent hormonal imbalance. As a final note, there is no scientific evidence that this can actually lower your baby's testosterone levels.