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Dr. Ralph Wharton
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Low Hairline (Overview)

Low hairline is a facial feature in which a person's hairline at the forehead extends down a bit lower than usual for the average normal person in his ethnic/racial group. Low hairline can be related to some birth defects.


Dr. Ralph Wharton
1 doctor shared a insight

Low Hairline (Overview)

Low hairline is a facial feature in which a person's hairline at the forehead extends down a bit lower than usual for the average normal person in his ethnic/racial group. Low hairline can be related to some birth defects.


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Managing Low Blood Sugar (Checklist)

Avoid skipping meals
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Eat protein-rich snacks every 2 hours
Daily
Keep fruit with you at all times if you feel hypoglycemic
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Is a low hairline a symptoms of turner syndrome?

Is a low hairline a symptoms of  turner syndrome?

Yes.: But there are many other signs of turner syndrome and a low hairline alone is not enough to cause concern. See www.Genome.Gov for a more complete list of signs and symptoms of turner syndrome. ...Read more

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Managing Low Testosterone (Checklist)

Have morning testosterone checked
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Discuss the risk and benefits of testosterone replacement with doc
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Take testosterone replacement as instructed
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Is a low hairline indicative of baldness later in life?

Is a low hairline indicative of baldness later in life?

No: Low hairline is supposedly hair 2.5 inches or less from the eyebrows; it probably means nothing. In a man, the extent of chest / back hair development in the 20s correlates quite well with how fast he gets male pattern baldness. Many women like it, especially now that so many very masculine guys, especially fighters, shave their heads. ...Read more

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Eating a Low-Fat Diet (Checklist)

Avoid fried foods
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Read all food labels
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Avoid foods with visible fat
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Don't eat skin on poultry
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Have mild web neck, wide where neck meets shoulders, low hairline, 1st period was 16, breasts barely developed. Can i have a mild form of a syndrome?

Have mild web neck, wide where neck meets shoulders, low hairline, 1st period was 16, breasts barely developed. Can i have a mild form of a syndrome?

If you are talking: about Turner's Syndrome ..it's possible. Check this out with your PCP (Primary Care Physician) or your GYN since a simple buccal (mouth) smear will be all that is needed to confirm/rule out....Hope this helps. Dr Z ...Read more