default-icon

Facial hair

I am having facial hair problem on chin and neck area.Am not having PCOS or PCOD problem.Actually this is because I waxed that area by mistake and after that thick hairs start coming.pls advice if homeopathic medicine can help.
views-icons 42 Views Bookmark this Answer
Bookmark
v

Doctor Answers (4) on Facial hair

doctor profile image
Answered
When thick,coarse hairs appear on a woman's chest,lips,back or chin the condition is called hirsutism. The male hormone (called androgen) as well as the overall hormonal balance stimulates growth of chin hair. Depending on how sensitive your hair follicles are to these hormones,you may sprout more or less of them. Simply plucking the stray chin hairs is the speediest way to remove them but it's not a permanent solution. Homoeopathy helps in regaining the hormonal balance in a very successful manner.Some useful homoeopathic remedies are THUJA OCC,SABAL SERRULATA,MEDORRHINUM,THYROIDINUM,SEPIA OFF,IGNATIA AMARA etc.
Next Steps
So,get your self checked by some homoeopathic phycisian, who will take your case in detail and prescribe you a proper constitutional homoeopathic remedy. As per your individuality in proper strength and dose.
Health Tips
Waxing can cause skin irritation,follicullits and scarring,electrolysis can be painful and short wave diatherapy can cause scarring,hydrogen peroxide bleaching is not suitable for severe hirsutism. Lead a healthy life with proper diet and exercise.
Flag this Answer
Flag this answer
message icon Let others know if this answer was helpful
Was this answer helpful?
YES NO
doctor profile image
Answered
The condition is known as hirsutism or male pattern hair growth in female. Physiologically at puberty girl's ovaries produces mix male and female hormones which causes hair growth in armpits and pubic area. But there are some other medical conditions such as PCOD, Cushing's syndrome, tumour, some steroids, etc.
Next Steps
Homoeopaths generally treat such cases by complete case records which includes maism, family history, personal history, other related sign and symptoms modalities, etc. Usually homoeopaths prescribe Calcarea carb, sepia, pulsatilla, causticum, Apis mel, Thuja, Conium mac, Medorrhinum, etc depending on the signs and symptoms.
Health Tips
Case record is very crucial part in homoeopathic treatment. Hirsutism due to pathology is effectively managed by Homoeopathy. Please consult your homoeopathic physician. All the best.
Flag this Answer
Flag this answer
message icon Let others know if this answer was helpful
Was this answer helpful?
YES NO
doctor profile image
Answered
Hello. You consult a good homoeopathic doctor in your locality for detailed case history and treatment by homoeopathic mode of treatment.
Flag this Answer
Flag this answer
1/1 people found this helpful
Was this answer helpful?
YES NO
doctor profile image
Answered
Hello , yes this problem can be treated homoepathically . Also please tell if u have eruptions on this particular area . Wd be able to help u in abetter way if u can share ur pics
Flag this Answer
Flag this answer
1/1 people found this helpful
Was this answer helpful?
YES NO