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How To Make Your Body Hair Grow Faster
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
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Whole body hair grow very very fast , when remove it today it return next day &its thick &dark what the treatment?
Androgen excess.: A thorough physical examination and work-up is mandatory. Hirsutism is not treated unless an underlying cause is found, which needs to be addressed as then the treatment can be sometimes curative. Most common is polycystic ovary disease (70% of cases). Weight loss is very important, as it increases sex hormone binding globulin, decreases Insulin resistance, androgens and lh. No smoking. ...Read more
Because we can?: Genetics determines how much body hair a man can grow. Personal preference determines whether he shaves / trims / "manscapes" it. There's no moral right or wrong here. Many men prefer to shave and nowadays many women prefer a shaved man. If you find male body hair disagreeable, there are plenty of naturally smooth and shaved men. ...Read more
Here's the Hair: Many sites on the body grow at different rates. Hair can grow 1 cm per month on the scalp and yet barely is even detectable growth in a month on the eyebrows. There are several stages of hair growth, and when you talk about actual growing hairs, that is the anagen phase. ...Read more
If a boy is 14 and has facial and body hair and is 3 inches under predicted adult height can he grow 3 more inches?
Depends: on Tanner staging and stage of puberty, facial and body hair has several degrees of maturation, also predicted adult height is different for each person, pediatrician would be best to asses that and judge whether he needs further testing or he is following his expected growth curve, I would say he still has some height to achieve ...Read more
Genetics: Hair on different parts of the body are genetically programmed to grow to a certain length and then to fall out and regrow. Head hair does not have this limitation so it can grow to significant lengths if conditions permit. ...Read more
Information: Generally not. If it is happening you might want to see and endocrinologist. ...Read more
No it does not: change how much hair growns just how quickly it grows ...Read more
Consider putting : this question in context? Was there loss of body hair in any specific body locations? If yes, what are the locations? Did you do some form of procedure that led to the hair loss or too shorter hair? If yes, what? If no, did you have other symptoms at the time of hair loss? There isn't enough information to be able to provide you with the guidance you seek. ...Read more
Can you give me advice* how can body hair grow back normal, without irritation and look and be normal again?
Healthy growth: For healthy hair growth: Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat in diet, v carbonated beverages, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Biotin helps (but don't over do it). Insure you have adequate Iron (think kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (think walnuts) and vitamin E (fruits & vegetables). ...Read more
If coconut oil is good for hair growth then is it possible to make you grow facial and body hair if its applied on face and body?
I don't think so: Coconut oil can be good for your hair. However, it won't make you grow or regrow hair. Especially in areas where there may be fewer hair follicles to start with. Sorry. ...Read more
After body hair removal my skin attempts to be etchy while my body hair grow? Is this normal? ? ... I'm 20 years old.... And how can I treat it? ?
I am a 21 year old male and I don't grow any beard at all. My body hair is very low even though my dad and brother are quite hairy. What could it be?
Possibly genetics: Hairiness does not follow strict Mendelian genetics laws. It is possible that your lack of hair comes either from your mother's side of the family, or from a recessive trait on your father's side. In the end, there is little that you can do to change this state, so it would be good to become accepting and comfortable with who you are physically. ...Read more
Can men w less facial/body hair not grow as much muscle?Testost&AndrogenReceptors r responsible for such actions.Most men no body hair have smal mscls
Where do you get: Where do you find this stuff? Facial/ body hair on men with normal hormones is determined by genetics. The size/ shape of muscles and the strength of those muscles are 2 different things. The size of muscles as well as the strength of muscles is determined by genetics and training. ...Read more
I've been doing resistance training I have started to grow excess body hair; should I change my diet or run less or?
Shave it: I'm betting you've just recently become a man and this is your genetic program. Lots of guys love being hairy. By all means, continue your fitness activities and eating sensibly. You may also meet someone special who think your new hair is the greatest. Or you may choose to shave everything, like many bodybuilders. Just keep doing the fitness stuff. Best wishes. ...Read more
I recently turned 17 and I am a little under 5 in. I have lots of pubic hair but little facial and body hair. Will my penis grow anymore?
DEVELOPMENT: THERE ARE CHANGES AND GROWTH STILL OCCURRING ON BOYS USUALLY UNTIL THEIR 19TH BIRTHDAY ...Read more
I have lost nearly all my body hair & most on head due to low t while taking methadone long term. Will the hair grow back with t treatment ?
I'm mtf who stopped 4years hormone.
my body hair grow back thicker
wondering if I can get back my ball size,erections,sexdrive.I regret my decision.
An endocrdinologist: is the type of doc to see. No matter what, love yourself just as you are. If you enjoy reading psychology and are philosophical, you might find the writings of Nathanial Branden interesting. Peace and good health. ...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?
No: What do you mean naturally? There is nothing you can eat or take to remove your hair. There are over the counter hair removers you can use. Some of them are creams while others are strips. There is also electrolysis and laser hair removal. You can wax it or pluck it as well. Those are the only ways to remove hair. ...Read more
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