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What Causes Beard In Some Women?
Is Hairiness Showing on a Woman’s Face Normal? Can The Beard Affect Ones Chances Of Getting Married?
Beard is cause by a number of factors in woment among which is too much of male homone expecially extrogen, and excessive use of prevention tablet, some women inherit it while some is due to masculine way of life. The beard can affect some women of getting married because they are not attractive to majority of men their getting married is very slim.
Actually, estrogen is a female hormone and not enough estrogen causes some women to grow facial hair. There are many hormone replacement therapies on the market, however, these types of therapy are under increasing scrutiny for their role in other health issues.
Some women have more of the male genes. That does not make them a man. This has been happening for centuries.
Some woman have beard from born. And it is natural thing. But many cause it by shaving in that particular area through laser or blade.
Obesity and Genetics: Women who are overweight may also see an increase in facial hair. Fat traps androgens, creating a hormonal imbalance. Because weight gain and facial hair are a sign of other conditions and disorders, women should be thoroughly examined by a doctor to make certain that there are no other underlying medical issues. Along with other physical characteristics, ancestry and genetics plays a role in whether women have facial hair. If your grandmother and mother had to pluck their chins, chances are you will, too.
It is caused by genetic malfunctions in the woman's body. Some women may posses the male hormones that are responsible for the growth of beards. Fewer than normal estrogen can also cause beard to grow on a woman's face.
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