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Excessive Facial Hair....please help :(

I am 32 years old and have suffered from facial hair my entire life. During puberty it was much worse but it still continues. Now, it is mainly on my chin area and neck but i cant get rid of it. I tweeze all the time but the hair grows back very thick and black. I tried laser to remove the hair but it didn't improve. I'm very upset now that I have some scarring due to the hair removal attempt.
-I eat pretty healthy and dont have any adversities to food.
-I used to have trouble sleeping but I started drinking wheatgrass and it has cured my sleeping issues. Now i sleep well, about 8 hours a night.
-I sometimes get depressed although i think it is due to this facial hair, which has made me very insecure. I tend to be irritable especially around my menstrual time.
-I was on birth control for 14 years but I am currently off the pill because I am trying to have a baby. When I was on the pill, I believe my facial hair was very slightly less but really not noticable.
- I have had no past diseases


I read about someone else who has similar conidtions to mine and they were told to take Oleum Morrhue 6C. I just purchased this but haven't taken it yet. Is this what I need or is there something else you can suggest?

Please advise.
Thank you
 
  Glamgirl on 2010-04-03
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