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Underarm Hair Stopped Growing
I just had a baby a month ago and my armpit hair has completely stopped growing and hasn't grown at all in two weeks what should I do?
Just wait: There are I'm hormonal changes that occur after having the baby. I would give it six months and see how it works. Things should go back to normal ...Read more
Managing unwanted: Hair growth is a universal human challenge for both men and women. Most common method, of course, is shaving. While there is nothing (medicines, etc) to keep hair from actually growing, semi-permanent solutions are available: electrolysis, laser hair removal and less permanent waxing and depilatories. Most feel underarm is too large an area for these and feel shaving is acceptable. Hope this helps:) ...Read more
Could plucking your armpit hairs make them grow slower? Would they eventually thin out and stop growing?
Unfortunately not: That would be s wonderful thing for lots of people if only it would work that way. Laser hair removal is about the closest thing you will get to stoping the hair from not coming back. ...Read more
Puberty: Boys develop facial, axillary and genital hair when they go through puberty. The timing depends on many factors we don't understand including genetics so typically boys will do what their fathers did. However there seems to be a trend toward earlier puberty these days. We do not know why but I suspect some hormonal influences from the foods we eat or our environment. ...Read more
I'm 23 y.o I have very minimal armpit hair. I want to grow armpit hair. What can be done or are there any medicines that might help. Thanks.
We're all different: Some people don't have much body hair at all. It's the way God made us -everyone's unique. Many people dislike having armpit hair -as it can lead to odor etc. In ur case, I think a hormonal work-up might be in order if there are other findings of hormonal imbalance. A good family history can help - i.e. do others in the family have little armpit hair? I think any treatments would depend on cause ...Read more
Start waxing your armpit hair and repoeat every three weeks
after 2 months of waxing you will see aarked decrease in hair volume and thickness, than repat waxing when you see hair
to prevent hair growing permanently you can have laser therapy to your armpits and hai will not grow. ...Read more
Axillary hair: Axillary hair begins to develop shortly after age 14. ...Read more
I.pull my hair out plus underarm hair and pubic too. I suffer severe anxiety now it not growing back is it stress?
Here's a link:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/trichotillomania/basics/definition/con-20030043
It's thought to be partly genetic, but environment can bring it out. Specific Psychotherapy is helpful and there are some drugs for getting started - Anafronil, Zyprexa, (olanzapine) etc. Talk w/ your provider for a referral - you can get help. Perhaps even regrow lost hair - ask, you can get better. ...Read more
From one day to another small lump under armpit where hair does not grow painful and somewhat red? What can it be!?
I'm male 19yo and barely have any armpit hair and little facial hair. Is my puberty not over? Can I still grow some more?
Delayed puberty.: You need to consult an endocrinologist to do work up for yor hormons, & bone age, this would have been more helpful if it was done much earlier good luck. ...Read more
I'm an 18 year old girl who waxes her underarms often. At first, my hair kept getting thinner and thinner and I was very satisfied. I wouldn't do it more than once a month. Since last month, my right underarm has been growing a lot of hair. Is this normal
Hair growth: Hair growth (thickness and speed) and hair density are completely independent of waxing. There is nothing you can do to speed it up or slow it down - other than to mess with your hormones in a major way. (Spironolactone and minoxidil included...) Your extra hair growth is not really "extra" it is just returning to what it was before. Take a picture and compare. ...Read more
I'm 23 and still has small amount if hair in the armpit. What to intake or what should I do? Beard and pubic is thick. Need to grow pit hair. Thanks
Don't do anything: Leave it alone- if it was meant to be for you to have alot of hair in your armpits, you would. It might come in on its own, or having less hair in your pits doesn't make you less of a man. ...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
Male 18 but penis hasn't grown...when will it grow? I have pubic hair, somewhat armpit hair, barely started getting facial hair before I turned 18
Penis: It seems you have all other secondary sexual characteristics. Penis size does not necessarily exponentially correlate with age. ...Read more
Ok I'm 16 and my penis is no larger than 1 in and when erect its 3-4 inches l.I have pubic hair but no armpit hair or facial hair, will my penis grow?
See below: You may have what is not uncommon and known as constitutional delayed puberty: a delay in the onset or physical maturation process that occurs during puberty, but which otherwise ultimately ends with normal maturation including penis/testicle size and body hair disrubution. Other less common causes. Recommend you talk to your parents about seeing a pediatric endocrinologist for proper evaluation. ...Read more
I'm 17, just starting to armpit & arm hair. I have no facial hair. When will my penis grow in girth? Should I see a doc and what should I ask?
HAIR GROWTH: THROUGH NORMALPHYSICAL EXAMS OF HAIR AND ENIS/SCROTUM GROWTH IT IS POSSIBLE TO STAGE YOUR DEVELOPMENT...YOU SHOULD SEE AN ENDOCRINOLOGIST ...Read more
Sir my friend have hair on chin area and near the ear lobes with full hair grow in armpit and pubic area he is 20 yrs old does he suffer hormonal imb.
When will my penis grow in girth? I am just starting to see arm and armpit hair growth. I can also see a bit of hair above my lip. I have a pubic hair
You are okay...: Glad to see you do well in developing secondary sex characteristics as described since physical growth will naturally stop soon after reaching adulthood as predetermined by genetic codes - for men, roughly at 18. So, don't worry and enjoy your youth and teens to unfold your life in decades to come. ...Read more
I'm 18 and don't have a lot of facial hair, my genitals haven't seem to grow much. My voice has changed and I have armpit hair tho. Low testosterone?
How's it working?: If you're horny like other guys your age, and are having erections and ejaculations like they are, then things are going to be fine. Around 5% of men never get chest or good facial hair. Mr. Newman (photo), considered the best-looking male specimen of his age, never complained. If you're not having an ejaculation at least every few days, get with your personal physician now. ...Read more
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
Hi, I'm 18 and I am very concerned about me penis size and voice. I am covered in hair (face, legs, pubes) but cannot grow armpit hair. My voice is still high also. My penis is about 1" flaccid and about 4.5" erect. Am I just a very late bloomer or shoul
A Fine Penis:
I had a girlfriend who loved me for my "versatile" penis. Don't get hung up on it, they love them all. If someone dumps you just for a larger guy, you don't want her anyway.
If concerned about endocrine status, start with a family Doc, who you should have anyway. There's a big normal range, so don't worry until you have a complete workup and a Dr. Tells you to worry, which seems unlikely. ...Read more
Yes, Laser Hair:
Laser hair removal is safe and effective for treatment of unwanted underarm hair. Safety depends on the patient's skin type, with lighter skinned, dark haired patients being the best candidates for good results.
Laser hair removal is offered in many medical spas and physician's offices. ...Read more
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