excessive hair growth - Can anyone help?I am suffering from excessive hair growth, especially on my face mainly cheeks and chin (like a beard) as well as the rest of my body. My hair is not too thick but neither is it thin. It is inbetween becoming too thick (some hairs are very thick) This started about 5 years ago, and has slowly been getting worse. I have regular periods and as far as i know i dont think i have pcos. I have had laser treament to try and get rid of the hair on my face but i ended up with severe burns, and scarring - which resulted in pigmentation of my skin. I still have the excessive hair growth, it does not bother me so much around other areas of my body but having it on my face is reducing my self esteem in a huge way. I am desperately seeking for a solution to this. I am 27 years old and I also get acne, mainly on my cheeks, it is not severe but is prominant. My stomach, legs, arms, face is hairy but i would not say my back is. I am anaemic and currently take iron tablets. I would say my state of mind is generally ok, however I do worry about things, and at times feel angry, and i am impatient. My sleep pattern is good. There is no history of any other diseases suffered. My mother is also hairy, as well as my father, but my mother only has the dark hair on her chin - but they are not excessive, and they are not all over it is only at the bottom of her chin.
Please, please can you help?
i think i am suffering from an excess of testosterone produced in my body.
daisy1 on 2007-02-04
It seems like an hormonal imbalance (may be an excess of testosterone or another reason.
You should visit to an homeopath for repertorize all your symptoms and give you the right remedy to cure your problem.
In a female, hormonal imbalance is frecuently provocated more by emotional problems than physiologic problems,although sometimes both come hand in hand.
andres last decade
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