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Hormones and Facial Hair

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I already have a problem with facial and body hair. After I have my hyterectomy will that possibly get worse?


Reply by Amie Napier, MD

Facial hair tends to increase after menopause due to imbalance between estrogen and testosterone.


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09-20-2011 - 09:24 PM


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