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Less beard and moustaches problem solution needed?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
4 doctors agree
In brief: Hair loss?
A person who is losing hair can see his primary care doctor first.
The primary doctor may refer to an endocrinologist if there are signs of a hormonal problem (which tends to increase or decrease hair evenly, with the hair and skin not looking diseased); or to a dermatologist if the hair loss is uneven, or if there are signs of infection or inflammation. Alopecia areata causes some bald spots.

In brief: Hair loss?
A person who is losing hair can see his primary care doctor first.
The primary doctor may refer to an endocrinologist if there are signs of a hormonal problem (which tends to increase or decrease hair evenly, with the hair and skin not looking diseased); or to a dermatologist if the hair loss is uneven, or if there are signs of infection or inflammation. Alopecia areata causes some bald spots.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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Dr. Thomas Knecht
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Many possibilities
Hi. You should see an endocrinologist for a good history, physical exam, and appropriate testing.
Did you have a normal puberty or not? Normal sexual characteristics or not? Many things are possible. Good luck!

In brief: Many possibilities
Hi. You should see an endocrinologist for a good history, physical exam, and appropriate testing.
Did you have a normal puberty or not? Normal sexual characteristics or not? Many things are possible. Good luck!
Dr. Thomas Knecht
Dr. Thomas Knecht
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