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In today’s business landscape, it’s easy to lose sight of your destination and start looking at what others are doing. This translates from trying to be present in your work to looking at your competitors and worrying about what they’re doing. Well, in my case, I like to think that I can only provide my best results when I use my talents to the max and when I believe in what I do. In other words, by being the best I can be, I not only provide a better service to my clients, but I am more at peace and fulfilled with myself. This alignment is simply magical… So how is that related to hirsutism? It isn’t…just food for thought.

But back to our topic, today I wanted to mention a few medical conditions that can result in excessive hair growth in women such that it resembles male hair patterns, or hirsutism. Of course, the number one in my list are hormones. However, there is also a possibility that the hair follicle is causing it by overreacting to a normal level of androgens resulting in excessive hair growth. Among the most common related hormonal disorders, I start by mentioning adrenal gland dysfunction. Many clients are born with this condition and present acne and/or hair loss in the scalp. Cushing’s Syndrome, which results when the body undergoes consistently high levels of cortisol for a long time due to stress, dysfunction, or medications. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, which prevents the ovaries from releasing an egg. The last one in my list are Tumors. Tumors in the ovaries, the adrenal or the pituitary glands may cause an increase in male hormones and consequently in unwanted hair. Whenever there is an excess of unwanted hair as described above, it is always advisable to check with your doctor to make sure all is well.

If you have any questions, as always please contact Med Aesthetics Miami at 305-356-7402. Please remember, “Our Promise Is More Than Beauty”.


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