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#38917 - 02/01/07 11:06 PM Share feelings here (not questions)
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If you have a question, please ask it under the appropriate forum. This is for emotional support only. Questions will be moved to other forums.

A reader suggested I move this category higher, and I agree it is important. Please feel free to share how you feel, whether it's anxious, proud, sad, delighted. Others will certainly feel the same way.

Again if you have a question, please ask it under the appropriate forum. Thanks!


Edited by Andrea (02/08/07 05:19 PM)
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#54649 - 08/07/08 02:23 AM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: ]
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Hair is great if it is in the places you think it should grow! As a female I should not have facial hair of a man. To me this is not natural. Overall I try to take my facial hair with a smile on my face, but inside I am embarassed and insecure. I can't even let anyone get to close to me for fear that they might see. I am not saying that I don't love my hair I do, but I don't love having to feel unattractive over such consuming thing as trying to control my facial hair. As seen on the site I am not alone in this situation and that in some strange way makes things easier that I am not as "freakish" as I feel. This site is a wonderful hope for all of us who are trying to find answers.

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#54650 - 08/07/08 03:42 AM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: Chan1]
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If you literally have male pattern growth on your face, you should see an endocronologist and get tested for hormonal imbalance disorders.

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#54694 - 08/08/08 04:27 AM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: ]
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Exactly "hair" can change from culture to culture, or even within cultures. For example, a woman with chin-length hair may be said to have short hair, while a man with the same length of hair could be said to have long hair.
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#54718 - 08/09/08 01:57 AM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: micheele]
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lagirl and micheele thank you for your kind advice..once I learn a little more about this site I would like to discuss with you about the best way to go about finding out about possible hormonal imbalances. please let me know if there is any other advice you can offer and how the best way to communicate with you is. thank you in advance!

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#54725 - 08/09/08 03:23 AM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: Chan1]
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Find a reputable endicronolist in your area and get tested for potential hormonal imbalance disorders. You can have cysts or something else causing this which can be treated with medication.

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#55043 - 08/17/08 04:52 PM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: LAgirl]
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I hate how my parents ridicule my insecurity....they don't support me one bit and that just makes the problem worse for me. I'm going to have to get through this by myself =\
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#63975 - 07/10/09 02:01 AM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: Jaganess]
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Basically, it makes me selfconcious(I have a small amount of upper lip facial hair) and I will stand further away from people to try and make it so it is not seen. I'm most likely beginning electrolysis soon so hopefully it will be all good after that!

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#63982 - 07/10/09 04:25 AM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: Bridget.K]
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Most women have some sort of upper lip hair. It's completely normal. Most either wax, bleach, shave, etc.

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#63990 - 07/10/09 01:17 PM Re: Share feelings here (not questions) [Re: LAgirl]
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Just remember that shaving and clipping are the only things that don't cause potential increased growth and thickness.
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