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Is It Normal For A Women To Have Butt Hair Not Peach Fuze But Not Like Man Hair
Grooming Question: This is a medical site. Grooming is not something that physicians are likely to have either expertise in or have any opinion. There is little to no medical opinion on grooming questions. ...Read more
Is it true men with body hair like chest hair have stronger sperm then men without? Something ive heard curious if it's true or not
Myths: No. That would be an entirely untrue myth. ...Read more
How much pubic hair is normal in girls? I seem to have a lot :) where is it normal for it to grow? Mine seems to be everywhere down there!
Hi im 22 year old,but my beard grows unevenly. It is thick but in some areas it does not grow.pls help what can i do for this to make it even?
Is there anything I can do to grow my facial hairs into a beard? People say it is genetic, but some of my friend doesnt have descent still grow beard.
Yes: Get your hormones checked.....depending on that a medication can be chosen. ...Read more
I have a over active male hormone so my body hair stands out a lot and it takes to long to shave.. Is there a cheep what to stop it growing?
How do I 'force' grow a beard in a certain area? I want to make a 'goatee' style but all I have is chin hairs and small beard. Is minodoxil good?
You could try: You could try this. See your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Doctors is it true that if I cut my female facial hair it will grow longer and thick ER not shaving but cutting if so what is the explnation?
Only "feels" thicker: New hair after cutting hair may seem thicker and coarser. That is because the "cut end" of the hair "feels" coarser. The previous hair ends that were older, and softer-thinner by being "worn down" by friction of day-to-day life, have been cut away. (the part of the hair that is outside the hair follicle is not alive, so cutting hair does not change what happens in the hair follicle in the skin) ...Read more
No, not true: Cutting hairs or shaving hairs does not change the rate of the hair growth. Hairs do not know that they have been cut. ...Read more
Areola hairs: Many women have some hairs around the nipple (on the areola). This is perfectly normal because there are hair follicles in the areola. There is no need to "treat" the hair, but if you absolutely don't like them, trim them carefully with scissors. Laser hair removal treatment is also possible. Now, if you have excessive body hair this could be a hormonal condition that need medical evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes if under 6yo: For those of us who have hair, the armpit will eventually sprout a growth of thicker darker hair when the adrenal glands begin to p repair the body for puberty. For those with alopecia totalis (total lack of hair) this may persist. Any girl that does not have some development of axillary hair by the expected age of puberty should be evaluated. ...Read more
Hair is dead: Protein, and down at the roots where it grows, it doesn't know what's happening at the other end of the hair. Straightener, curler, dyes and any other chemicals plus excessive heat and other physical trauma, however, can damage and weaken the hair protein and cause it to break off leading to hair loss. ...Read more
Facial hair: Boys begin to develop facial hair between 17-20 years of age, while some can develop hair into their mid-twenties ...Read more
37yo isn't "old age": Sorry but I have to chuckle to myself. 37yo is not "old age". Alopecia refers to hair loss but doesn't specify cause. Emotional and/or physical stress can cause temporary hair loss. So can heredity. Traction, too, from excessive pulling & tying off (it's a cultural thing). Ask your doc to review your medications. And your scalp looking for infection. Then draw blood for thyroid & dihydrotestostero. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Copper Hair: Just as iron deposits turn to rust stains in your sink or tub as they oxidize, the same thing happens on your hair. To see if it is in fact iron or metallic deposits on your hair, cut off a few strands and place on a white paper towel an put on a drop of plain ammonia. Metallic repairs will turn the paper towel purple. ...Read more
Is Biotin safe to take as a teenager for beard growth, have a solid beard going at 17 but is patchy. I'm also on accutane if that matters. Thanks?
Safe but useless: Taking biotin is safe but it will not make your beard grow any better. Give your beard some time and it is likely to even out. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. ...Read more
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