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Frequent Lack Of Facial Expression
Parkinson's ?: Certain neurological diseases maybe associated with lack of facial expression or a "masked facies". Parkinson's disease or lewy body disease may present witih masked facies and be associated with dementia, but a lack of expression alone is not enough to make an association with dementia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there such thing as muscle implant or rebuilding, specifically for the face that lack muscles capable in creating facial expressions?
Lack of emotions: Depression is one cause of disconnection from emotions. Also the numbing phase of ptsd is another. Some people with dissociative disorders experience a lack of emotions. Some psychotic people are disconnected from emotions as well. Please consider seeing a psychiatrist or psychologist about your concerns. ...Read more
Maybe you're lucky: A few percent of guys never get enough facial hair to grow a decent beard. Many women say they prefer this. If you're horny all the time and having ejaculations like the rest of us, it's not a testosterone deficiency. Mr Bieber (photo) isn't complaining. Guys without good beard or chest hair growth almost never go bald. It's a trade-off. Enjoy who you are. ...Read more
Hi I am 25 year old male suffering from lack f facial hair my free testo levels 0.622nmol/l and free testo 2.25%please advice?
First family doc: If your family has males who have heavy facial hair, then you may have a problem. But if all the males in your family have slight facial hair, it's probably genetic. See your family doctor to investigate this further. ...Read more
I iam 25 year old male 52kgs, height 5.7 inches, thin built suffering from lack of facial hair. I checked my total testosterone morning hrs 7.3ng/ml.
Gaining weight I have gained about 35 pounds in the last 3 years from eating out constantly and lack of excersise. I just recently began excersising and I have lost about 17 pounds. When i gained the weight my face had gained weight aswell... Is that norm
Yes, : Yes, it is normal for many people to gain weight in their face. Some people have this in a more pronounced way than others. It will come off however. Congratulations on your weight loss, that is very impressive. ...Read more
Lots of Problems: You may facing lots of physiological problems due to lack of sleep. It certainly could significantly affect you health. A good night sleep with REM phase of sleep is essential for healthy brain and memory integration. Also going into slow phase of sleep or Delta phase is essential for overall health and this is where growth hormone being secreted. Lack of sleep could lead into many disorders ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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