Excess Hair Growth

Excessive hair growth in women, a condition called hirsutism, is typically caused by high levels of male hormones and the excess hair grows in area where it's most typically seen on men, such as the face and lower abdomen.
Conditions such as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Adrenal gland disorders and medications may cause excessive body or facial hair growth and it is highly recommended to seek professional advice for an accurate diagnosis if presenting with the condition.

Excessive hair growth is mostly genetic and is not harmful, however it can affect self-esteem and confidence and the hormonal imbalance may compromise the health in women.

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