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How To Stop Leg Hair From Growing Back So Fast
You can get laser: If you want to get rid of leg hair and do not want to shave, you can have it done or get electrolysis, but shaving is going to continue same thing. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Some boys have leg hair from a young age (certain ethnic groups). Now, he is done growing when he grows enough facial hair to require shaving every day. ...Read more
Hair growth: Typically it takes 30 days for hair to regrow 0.5 inches. Hope that helps. ...Read more
My leg hairs are growing day by day. What can I do to stop or slow down the leg hair growth? Please tell me some natural ways to stop the hair growth
Increased Hair: Mix together equal parts turmeric, gram flour and water until it becomes a paste. Apply to hair and rub the cream off once it has dried. When applied consistently, turmeric and gram flour reduce and slow the growth of hair. ...Read more
I'm probably being weird but I have noticed that my hair isn't growing back I shaved my legs and underarms about 3 weeks ago and its not growing back?
Wait: Stressors in your life can slow or stop hair growth for a period of time. See your health care provider if you continue not to see hair growth return to be evaluated for alopecia or other metabolic reasons for the lack of hair growth. ...Read more
My legs are super sensitive, and as soon as I shave within minutes I can feel the hair grow back, what can I do.? I've never been able to wear shorts
Skin rash?: I can't say what you're feeling, but for sure it isn't hair growing back that quickly. Why can't you wear shorts? If the skin on your legs has a rash or looks abnormal, discuss it with your doctor, or perhaps see a dermatologist. This should be easy to diagnose and perhaps fix. Good luck! ...Read more
Hair on the back of my legs from my thighs to my calves is gone and not growing back. Back of my calves look dark and blotchy. Should I be worried?
Nop reason to worry: Nothing to worry but have your doctor or dermatologist look at it at the next visit. ...Read more
I shaved the hair between my legs and buttocks 6 months ago and it has yet to grow back. It has been itching terribly since then. What could it be?
Ingrown hair: Get in 2 c a dermatologist. That's ur best place 2 start. ...Read more
36 y/o female. What can cause leg hair to not grow back on the shin area and in random areas on lower leg? Could it be from circulation problems?
Leg Hair Growth:
The more the hair follicle is irritated, the more chance that it no longer can produce hair. While it is possible for a type of alopecia areata to occur on the legs, the hair loss is most likely due to chronic irritation.
Circulation has nothing to do with it, although people with diabetes mellitus may have less hair on the legs, as do people with some endocrine disorders. ...Read more
I got my legs waxed for the first time. A week later the hair is growing back ingrown. Will the ingrown hairs go away by itself? What should I do?
Here's a link that will answer your question: http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/folliculitis/basics/lifestyle-home-remedies/con-20025909
Before you go for waxing the next time make sure you have conditioned your skin by soaking your legs in warm water for a few minutes and applying moisturizer. You can also use soothing moisturizers with aloe after the waxing. ...Read more
What can I use or take to stop hair from growing on my breast and leg? Is it normal? I feel like a man :- (
Excess hair: This might be due to hormonal imbalance in your body. Increase Estrogen/Testosterone can occur and cause excess hair growth. If this is more than usual you need to consult your physician and do some blood work to make sure your hormones and all other systems are working fine first ...Read more
Is it safe to wax my legs and my thighs? Will the hair stop growing for a while than shaving? What waxing do you recommend?
Yes: It's safe to wax in general. Some people do get skin irritation from it though so be aware if you tend to have sensitive skin. The hair won't stop growing but your skin will remain smoother longer as it will take longer for the hair to grow back. As for which type to recommend- that I really couldn't say-sorry! ...Read more
Palms and soles: These are the only areas that typically do not grow hair. Hair does not typically stop growing once there is hair growth unless there is a medical condition like alopecia on the scalp. ...Read more
What causes leg hair to stop growing during pregnancy? Is it lack of certain nutrients or minerals? I have psoriasis condition and am 28 weeks now.
If I have hair loss on my right leg due to insufficiency and have the saphenous veins stripped (insurance reasons) will the hair grow back?
Suddenly, my armpit hair and leg hair is growing in very patchy. Like, bald spots. But all of my thyroid bloodwork came back normal. Possible causes?
It depends/ nonspec.: This seems like a nonspecific sign. It might depend on what products, if any, you might use to groom those areas. For example, if waxing or heat grooming instruments are used, the roots might be removed and the hair may take real long to or may never grow back. Stress might also be a reason, as might your gastroenteritis. If it gets worse, see your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
I can't do things like cross arms, legs, comb hair, hold phone, push ups w/out some form of paresthesia. How is that anxiety? Xanax doesn't stop it. I'm not panicking. I have popping in hand, shoulder blade that shoots pins and needles down arm.
Anxiety or medical?: A diagnosis of anxiety as a cause of physical symptoms can only be made when medical causes have been ruled out. Suggest you see your pcp for an evaluation of paresthesias. That said, anxiety can cause numerous physical symptoms even without conscious panicky thoughts because of the body's response to an adrenaline surge via the "fight or flight" reaction. I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
A specific patch just below my right knee, hair keeps growing back twice as quick, twice as long and twice as dark, could my medications be the cause?
Not likely: Unless the medication is a patch for blood pressure or cream you are putting on the area, etc. An ingested medication would cause a side effect not just at one body part. Moles and or other skin conditions are more likely to cause hair growth in specific patterns and singular areas, get evaluated by a dermatologist (skin dr.) to get definitive answer. Good luck to you. ...Read more
My whole body sweat so fast even if didn't make any effort! My chest my back between my legs my head and face! I feel so embarrassed at work.
Check thyroid: Hi. There are several disease processes that can cause sweating. The most common would probably be some infection, but you'd probably have some focal symptoms not mentioned to help suggest that. Otherwise, hyperthyroidism would probably be the most common. Talk with your doctor about your symptoms, and let him/her do an exam and order appropriate diagnostic tests. Good luck! ...Read more