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Semen On Your Chest Grows Hair
Possibility of pregnancy??? - boyfriend ejaculated on chest and some landed in my pubic hair, semen ran on to front labia when walking to the bathroom
? pregnancy: Unfortunately - you can never say never but given your scenario - it is unlikely. Semen must be in close proximity to the cervical os (opening) and then travel up inside the uterus to encounter an egg. Depending on your cycle and how much if any actually got into your vagina would determine risk. BUT if it was only on the labia - likely low to nil risk. Hope that helps ...Read more
Why do you ask?: A woman who's developing hirsutism needs an endocrine evaluation -- there's a tumor or risk of serious endocrine troubles until proved otherwise. A man who's hairy and would rather be smooth does best to shave rather than seek laser or electrolysis removal -- there may be someone special in your future who likes it. "Manscaping" is a huge business here in the US. Enjoy yourself & best wishes. ...Read more
Your genes: About 5% of men never grow chest hair. This has nothing to do with virility in any other respect. Especially nowadays, many women say they prefer it, and these men also generally do not get progression of male balding on the scalp. Paul newman (photo) talked in an interview about being completely smooth; one couldn't say he was less masculine. Enjoy who you are. ...Read more
It's genetic: If you're normally masculinized by your hormones, whether you get chest hair (and 95% of men in the us do) is entirely a function of your genes. Almost all men envy a guy with a hairy pelt, but most women say they prefer smooth, top hollywood stars shave it fof, and hairy guys go bald much sooner than others. Enjoy whatever the genetic lottery gave you. Paul 'best chest' newman had no chest hair. ...Read more
Not usually: Hirsutism is male pattern hair growth in women. It may be due to excess androgens, especially testosterone. This may be due to polycystic ovarian syndrome. Discuss this w/your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Parenthood. There are medical options to deal w/metabolic issues of PCOS. Laser hair removal can get rid of hair once & for all. ...Read more
No: Chest hairs tend to have a short life cycle which is why they never grow very long like the ones on your head or face. Feel free to shave, or you can have hair removed where you don't want it if you're sure it's what's right for you and your partner. ...Read more
Yes: It can be totally normal for a 16 year old boy to have chest hair as part of normal maturation ...Read more
Genetics: About 5% of men never grow chest hair and have relatively thin beards. Many (maybe most) women in the us say they prefer this, and such guys are the least likely to get male pattern baldness. Paul newman had no chest hair and was the first hollywood man with really good muscle definition to go shirtless in the movies. It didn't bother him. Enjoy who you are. ...Read more
No: Rate of hair growth is not related to removal. ...Read more
Why do you ask?: A male human can have chest hair and thick beard by age 11-12, or still be getting his in his early 20's, or be one of the 5% of men who never get chest hair. ...Read more
It is genetic and-: Hormonal. Some people are programmed genetically to have chest hair while others not. American Indians are relatively deficient in chest hair, but have normal male testosterone levels. Of course low testosterone is a factor. That is easily checked. If low, applying gels or creams of testosterone may help. The counterpoint is that many men shave chest hair! ...Read more
That's fine: Around 5% of men never get any chest hair. Many women nowadays say they prefer this, and these men almost never go bald. This doesn't correlate with masculinity / virility in any other aspecct of your body or your life. Paul newman remarked in an interview about having a completely smooth chest and nobody's going to call him less of a man for it. ...Read more
Recommendation: Not sure that patchy mark on scalp and face the same that on the chest. Need to see these. But patchy marks on chest at your age most likely tinea versicolor that often happens at hot weather with a lot of sweating. It could be successfully treated with special shampooing. You need to see a doctor for prescription. And keep yourself dry. ...Read more
Maybe hairs!: Could be blood (probably normal), could be hair, could be dirt, could be lubricants, could be chocolate cookie in your spit. Probably not bad! ...Read more
I want to grow facial hair. I am 22 yeras old male and I don't have any. None on my chest also. Please help?
See endocrineologist: You may have hypogonadism and your testicles are not producing any or enough testosterone. The level can easily be checked. If you do have this you may have chubby cheeks, enlarged breasts, no pubic or armpit hair. If the testosterone level is low it can be easily replaced with injections, gels and patches. ...Read more
Hair is beginning to grow on the side of my chest, but all the follicles are white, but not inflamed. Should I be concerned?
Probabely normal: It is not abnormal to have hair grow on the side of your chest at age of 18.Hair follicle is the pore from which hair grows. Inside the follicle, beneath the skin lays the root and the bulb, that is where hair growth begins. Surrounding each hair follicle is arrector pilli muscle, which can cause goose bumps, and it may look white ...Read more
I'm a 24 year old male and I have grown an inch taller in the last 6 months and my chest and facial hair is only just coming in. Am I still pubescent?
I have hair all over my body. My chest, my back and even on my face. It;s not thick but is black in color, same as the color of my hair (head). Pl Help?
Hirsutism: F/u wtih endocrinologist, if may be polycystic ovaries or an adrenal disorder or a tumor. ...Read more
I shaved my chest and the hair is growing back its kinda sharp like the hair on a beard when u shave u see the sharp pointy hairs how do I get ridofit?
Is all else okay?: If your periods are normal, probably this is just you. It's your call, but you can shave it or have it removed by electrolysis. Many, maybe most, men would advise you that it's a good idea. If it's luxuriant like many guys', you'll want to get checked for a possible source of androgens, possibly an ovarian tumor that would most likely be benign but perhaps worth removing. ...Read more
Depends: Noticeable chest hair growth depends on heredity and genetics. Some men never grow chest hair. If you are going to have chest hair, it usually starts around the same time or shortly after beard growth. So some may have heavy chest hair by age 14-15, others early to mid 20s, and some will never have significant chest hair. ...Read more
Lucky you: Men who are going to get chest hair get it in the late teens and early twenties. The amount varies tremendously from man to men, and different women have different preferences. Hairier men tend to go bald sooner, but a hairy chest will make many smoother men jealous. Shave it? Style it? It's your body -- I hope you enjoy what you've got. ...Read more
Becoming a man: Not always. The sequence is variable. Congratulations on your approaching manhood. You can't do anything about your final height, but you have 100% control over your physical fitness, which overrides everything else when it comes to a man's good looks. I hope you are pleased with whatever Nature gave you. Best wishes. ...Read more
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