More than 6 billion people all over the world consume milk and milk products. More than 750 million people work in households for dairy farming. Steroids have been misused in animals that cause various health conditions for mulch animals as well as humans to increase the production of milk from cattle. Every milk from cattle, goats, or humans contains naturally small amounts of different hormones including estrogen and progesterone. Since hormones such as estrogen are fat-soluble, the hormone level in whole milk is lower than that in skimming milk. Evaluation of steroid milk and dairy products which may cause major health problems. Data mining and bias risk evaluation were performed prior to studies. A systematic examination of the interventions assessed the risk of bias. Few studies have evaluated the effect on milk yield of care. Observational studies showed that the results were very small, thus excluding findings that the concentration of different hormones including prolactin or luteinization hormone (LH) were not very high, such as estrogen, progesterone, oxytocin, growth hormone, thyroid hormone stimulating hormone (TSH). Oxytocin and other hormones are ingested by intestinal enzymes and even minor oxytocin traces are absorbed into milk by the small intestines. Consequently, remove chances for intestinal absorption and cause adverse health effects if any. When conducted for longer periods, it adversely affects animal health and productivity. Although there is no available data or limited information on oxytocin secretions and other milk substances, scientific reports often find a position in the media, requiring scientific validity to be confirmed the same.