really really common in my opinion.
There can be a LOT of reasons for excess dihydra-testosterone. PCOS is one common cause, but it can also be caused by thyroiditus, ( equaly as common) tumours anywhere in the body, and about 8 other common issues. Sometimes heritage plays a role , other times it can be cysts on ovaries or diet (a very common cause) . Dont panic and let the specialists figure it out.
There are some super effective antiandrogens out there, so they have a way to address the symptom ( which increased DHT and hirsutism are just that, symptoms) while they narrow down the root cause.
This is also where I point out that NO ONE here, with the exception of Dee Fahey who's a registered Nurse in addition to being an electrologist, have any medical training whatsoever.We cannot diagnose you or give you the root cause of a hormonal issue, heck even most doctors recieve insufficient training on the endocrine system to diagnose a disorder. We can point out when we think such an issue is likely, but the most we should be doing is referring you to a doctor.