Any conditions that lead to excessive hair growth in men?

Very rare. Only hormone producing tumors would cause this effect. These tumors are exceedingly rare. In men, hair growth is genetic and can be progressive over time due to male hormone exposure. So hair may continue to grow and thicken over one's life.

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Medical conditions that can leave to excessive hair growth in young males? Like werewolf/

Several. Excessive hair growth, medically called hypertrichosis, can be caused by several conditions. It is a normal trait in certain ethnicities. Another disease, porphyria cutanea tarda may cause increased hair growth and blisters/sun sensitivity. Even rarer, an androgen secreting tumor may cause increased facial and body hair. Certain medications may also cause this to occur. Read more...
Excessive hair. Excessive hair could be " cultural" or familial. It could be due to high androgen levels from adrenal gland disorders like hyperplasia or tumor. It could also be due to testicular tumors. Read more...

How to control excessive hair growth?

Depends. On where it is - face? See an endocrinologist to determine the cause first. Treatment will follow from the reason you have too much hair. Read more...

What can be done for excessive hair growth on a female?

Find cause & treat. The most common cause of xs hair is polycystic ovarian syndrome or pcos, which affects 8-10% of women. We diagnose pcos with an ultrasound scan & blood tests, looking for adrenal gland problems or other causes. Treatments may involve: birth control pills to lower free testosterone in the blood, anti-androgen medications like spironolactone, vaniqa cream, electrolysis or laser hair removal. Read more...

Excessive hair growth for a female? How much is too much?

Up to You. Hair growth varies between individuals and ethnic background does play a role. If it bothers you then it is too much. A reproductive endocrinologist can help sort things out. The rate of growth is important and certainly when hair growth is coming quickly you should be evaluated asap. Read more...
Hirsutism. Excessive hair is usually defined as a male-pattern. This would include hair around the nipples, midline of the abdomen, inner thigh, arms, legs, back, buttock, face, chin, sideburns, upper lip. Read more...

What causes excessive hair growth? And how we can stop it?

Several causes. In your age group several potential causes for excessive hair growth are 1st- genetics (not much to do about that one in this part of the 21st century), 2nd- hormonal irregularities (see endocrinologist), 3rd could be medication. Some drugs such as Dilantin can cause unwanted hair growth in normally UN-hairy individuals. If cause is not identified then, electrolysis or laser are good txs. Read more...
Hair. Assuming you are talking about stiff and pigmented body hair, appearing on the face, chest and back, that is called hirsutism. The hair can be permanently removed by electrolysis or laser. Medications that can help reduce growth include oral contraceptive pills, spironolactone, and eflornithine. . Read more...

Could becker's naevus at a part of body leads to excessive hair growth over all parts?

No. Whether you get a Becker's (only about 1 guy in 200 is so fortunate) and whether you're hairy over the rest of your body are independent. I hope you like whatever Mother Nature gave you. Richard Gere loves his Becker's, and most of your male friends are at least a little bit jealous if you're super-hairy. You can shave, but consider leaving the Becker's along; many folks will think it's way-cool. Read more...

How come some moles have excessive hair growth?

Good question. Remember, we all have hair all over our bodies. So pretty much all moles will have a hair follicle within them. Sometimes these hairs are a little coarser/thicker than the surrounding hairs. We don't really know why that happens but it is pretty common and does not mean anything bad. Read more...

Why do I have excessive hair growth due to pcos?

Male hormones. All women produce male hormones, but women with pcos produce slightly higher levels of them than normal women, but much less than men do. Just as they do in men, these hormones make facial hair grow. Read more...
Simple. With pcos there are many, many small cysts on each ovary. Each of those cysts produce estrogen, but they also produce testosterone. The excess testosterone can cause hirsutism, it can also cause acne. See your doctor for treatment. Read more...