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Remedies For Sparse Facial Hair
Facial hair is a physical characteristic usually found on males where hair grows around the chin and lower portion of the face. The development of facial hair usually begins during puberty. Additionally women can occasionally develop facial hair but it usually happens when hormone levels change, ...Read more
It's you: Many, maybe most, women prefer a naturally smooth, light-bearded man or a shaved-chest nowadays. Five percent of men never grow chest hair (paul newman had none), and these men almost never go bald either. Enjoy your body, develop what you've got, stay fit, love responsibly, and be aware that you'll be liked for who you are rather than your smoothness/hairiness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check T level: You don't say how old you are; if you are in your teens, your beard may simply not have emerged as yet. If you are older, have your doctor check your testosterone level to be sure it is normal. If it is, you are probably just one of those people with sparse facial hair, and there's nothing to be done about it. At least not yet. ...Read more
Maybe: You should see an endocrinologist for the answer. There are other physical features of klinefelters than those. The doctor can either confirm your suspicions or get rid of your concerns. ...Read more
Can i apply androgel to accelerate my very sparse facial hair though my complte medical examination turned out fine except for obesity (BMI=37) age=18?
Laser: Use of laser to destroy growing hair follicles is usually best. Works best on darker hairs due to light seeking color, but requires a series of treatments in order to hit hair in growth phase (some are always in resting phase, some in active phase). Interval treatments are needed. ...Read more
Treatment for less facial hair and though hair appeared on other private parts but not developed fully?
Smooth man?: If i understand your question correctly, you are not satisfied with your beard and would like a thicker growth and more pubic & body hair. Around 5% of men never get chest hair or beards thick enough to grow well; these men don't go bald. In the usa, many (maybe most) women prefer this. It's genetic and you're unlikely to alter it. Focus on getting muscular and trim. ...Read more