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Hair Cubed Side Ef
Depends on cause...: One's primary care doctor can check for medical causes. If none are found, then one can see a dermatologist, especially one specializing in hair restoration (some treatments: minoxidil, hair transplantation, etc, . ..). Medical causes may include: hormonal problems (low thyroid), seborrhea, alopecia areata, stressful illness. Other causes: genetic male/female pattern baldness, telogen effluvium. ...Read more
How can I decrease or stop hair growing on my chain. Also why dose one side of my chain have more hair than the other?
Left side of hair grows slightly noticeable on my head. Will it eventually catch up to the right side or is this a more serious issue?
My hair grows faster on my right side. To the point my hair is not even. But when I had it cut it was even. This happens every time now. What's wrong?
No worry: Hair, like other parts of your skin and nails which cover and protect your body from the environment can grow at different rates for many reasons. Blood flow is the suspected reason for your third finger nail to grow the fastest. Cowlicks or twirls of hair grow slowly. Don't worry, and enjoy your head of hair, no matter how it grows. ...Read more
Please let me know whether I can use Androangen tablet for my hairs. By using this tablet, can I get my hairs back. Any side effects from this tablet?
I have an itch on my skin on the side of my fajina and it started afyer I shaved the side haires off is it because of the hairs or is there something?
Propecia (finasteride): It is probably safe for long term use, but nobody knows for sure ...Read more
Yes: Even little kids can have this. It's normal. Usually the hairs are short and fine. ...Read more
Tx for hair growth: Spironolactone is actually used at part of the therapy of excess hair growth in women due to testosterone elevations, such as pcos. Nothing will eliminate the hair, only stop the progression of unwanted hair in new skin areas. Check w/your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Dermatology: You should see dermatologist for evaluation. Probably normal variability. ...Read more
How do I break this habit of pulling hairs on the side of my chin? Could I have trichotillomania?
Could be: Repetitively pulling hair without being able to stop is a simple definition of trichotillomania - but it may be a simple nervous habit that may respond to behavioral or other interventions. If it is causing infections, problems in functioning, problems with others, etc, certainly seekign a psychological or psychiatric consultation for diagnosis would be appropriate. ...Read more
Why does the hair on the left side of my face grow at a faster rate than the hair on the right side?
Hair growth: Depends. This is probably very normal. Perhaps you shave closer on the right side than you do on the left due to the way you hold the razor or whether you are right handed or left handed. ...Read more
Think I may have ingested some hair. What are the side effects to look out for? & what should I do?
I wouldn't worry: While it all depends on what 'some' constitutes, one episode of ingesting hair shouldn't cause issues. People that chronically eat hair or other fibrous indigestible things may have issues with intestinal blockages, which can be a surgical emergency. I doubt if you had one episode, you should worry at all. If you start vomiting and are unable to have a bowel movement, go to the ER ...Read more