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I am 30 and grow very less or no beard. Can you please suggest me some good medicines for facial hair growth.

Beards. This is often genetic in nature, or may be related in part to testosterone or other steroid levels. If you are deeply concerned about this, see an endocrinologist or a general internist or family practitioner and get evaluated. Read more...
It's you. I am going to assume that otherwise you functional as a man, with frequent erections and strong ejaculations. Given this, maybe 5% of men remain light-bearded through life. Many women strongly prefer a men like you, who tend also to have smooth chests and are unlikely to have baldness later. I'd urge you to enjoy who you are, and know that many men who have "rough shaves" are envious of you. Read more...

Hello doctor, I am 23 old man from india. I have no beard. Is there any medicine in homeopathy or Ayurveda for the facial hair growth?

It is genetic. If you father and Uncle had late growth of Beard , then it is genetic. You must have natural and regular Physical growth and 2nddary sex characters also well developed I assume. Therefore the is normal variant. If you do not have hair in Axilla and pubic area , then you should talk to your doctor there. Read more...
That's actually good. Many (maybe most) women nowadays say they prefer a smooth-faced, smooth-chested man. From Paul Newman, the most-admired physical specimen of his era, to Justin Bieber, men who can't grow beards have been admired. Forget superstition, get really physically fit, and you'll look great and be happy. And there's nothing you'll be able to do to get a beard to grow if you're normally masculinized now. Read more...

I'm using biotin, how do I measure if it's actually promoting facial hair growth?

Ask people/look in. You can ask people around you or your hair dresser if there is any change or look yourself in mirror.Or you can take before and after pictures. Read more...

What can stimulate facial hair growth? Like something id put in an area on my face?

What's the hurry? Male hair growth is under hormonal control (testosterone) . Hormoal levels at your age do fluctuate, so be patient and let nature take its course. Read more...