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Hirsutism is defined as “the excessive growth of thick dark hair in locations where hair growth in women usually is minimal or absent,” according to Medscape.
Women entering into menopause often report a significant change in their hair compared to when they were cycling regularly.
I've always keen kinda hairy, but lately, I've noticed an abundance of NEW hairs in places where I didn't have them before... is this normal? I hate it.
Now aged 60, my face is getting hairier and hairier.
having hair on your face and stomach and back is very hard to deal w/ especially when its summer lazer is too expensive maybe when im older waxing hurts too much and i get irritated ...
Encylopedia entry for Hirsutismo.
Encylopedia entry for Hirsutism.
Encylopedia entry for Hirsutism: It Is Treatable.
Hirsutism is excess hair growth in women and children.
Whether or not hair growth is abnormal depends on:
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