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Does Excessive Masturbation Cause Body Hair Growth In Women
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Hair follicles are distributed throughout the skin with the exception of the palms, soles and glaborous skin of the genitalia. The hair follicle first forms in the eyebrows, upper lips, and chin at 9 weeks gestation. The bulk of the remaining follicles begin to develop at 4 to 5 months gestation in a ...Read more
Yes.: To drugs com to mind: Finasteride 2.5-5mg daily, and spironolactone 25-50mg/day. Neither have been approved for this use, but they have been shown to be effective in published reports. Patients who are Insulin resistant, etc. Pre-diabetics, frequently have increased "free" testosterone. Glucophage (metformin) may help this subset of patients, who often have pcos. ...Read more
Yes...: Yes biotin is very effective for hair and nail growth. It will promote hair growth everywhere. ...Read more
Increased blood flow: Injury healing usually causes an increase in blood flow to the injured area. This can lead to swelling in the area, as well as in the ankle, wrist, hand or foot beyond the area of injury. Increased blood flow can make the area fell warmer to the touch than the other side, and hair growth may speed up temporarily, too. ...Read more
In my late puberty i was treated with testosterone to help me grow, could this be related to my excessive body hair growth?
If my excessive body hair growth is not related to genetics or a high level of testosterone could there be some underlying problem (man)?
See answer: Hypertrichosis is excessive hair growth over and above the normal for the age, sex and race of an individual, in contrast to hirsutism, which is excess hair growth in women. The cause of hypertrichosis is unknown. In a few select cases, it has been related to medication or systemic disease (see link) http://www.Merckmanuals.Com/professional/dermatologic_disorders/hair_disorders/hirsutism.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is a vitamin that a teen could take that wouldn't cause acne or body hair growth and weight gain or anything at all but needing 2b healthy ?
She has irregular periods (started at 13) , excessive body hair growth yet barely any breast growth. Is sth wrong with her feminine hormone lvl?
Doubt it: Teenager may go though issues like this. My advice is to see an OB/GYN instead of a Pediatrician. If she has issues like this, she may benefit with a low dose oral contraceptive to help regulate her cycle and help with the hair issue. She may have polycystic ovarian syndrome and be checked out. ...Read more
Maybe but it depends: In answering your question, we have to agree (like former president clinton) to a definition of virility since that's more an adjective and less a medical term. Let's assume virility = masculinity, which one could say is distantly related to testosterone. Testosterone is converted into dihydrotestosterone (dht) which increases body hair (but decreases scalp hair). But don't forget genetics! ...Read more
Kinda, sorta: Body hair doesn't necessarily reflect testosterone levels which vary quite a bit during the day. However, higher testosterone is wasted as dihydrotestosterone which can cause loss of scalp hair. Genetics, as in family & ethnicity, probably have more to do w/body, facial & scalp hair. Of course, excess t in women can cause unwanted facial hair. ...Read more
Weigh-lifting /Hair: According to upi.Com, researchers at rogers medical group, a hair-replacement clinic in the united kingdom, found that increased testosterone levels caused by weight-lifting can lead to balding. According to their research, women who lift weights are prone to hair loss as well. ...Read more
I am 5'11 and weigh 140 lbs, would taking testosterone supplements stimulate body hair growth and growth of genital?
No. Enjoy who U R: You're a grown man and if you're having normal erections and ejaculations you're probably got maxed-out on your testosterone like the rest of us. Even gym-rats who take huge amounts of real testosterone don't get hairier or have their equipment grow. Smooth men get much less hair loss & most women seem to prefer it; a shorter penis is likely to get harder & stimulate a woman's best nerves easier. ...Read more
Not really.: Body hair growth is largely determined by genetics. Applying rogaine (minoxidil) miight help a little. Taking testosterone would might work but you would have severe side effect, acne, oily skin, deep voice, loss of breast mass, enlarged clitoris, etc. Assuming your are a female as indicated in your profile these would be intolerable. Most women don't want body hair! if you are male, ask again. ...Read more
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