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Detected PCOS, facing hirsutism. What is the permanent cure?

hye, i was detected PCOS in 2003. Now I am married, I have a kid (3 years) and my periods are normal. I am facing from hirsutism fro past 6 years. In last years I have started waxing them. This one year I wax every 15 -25 days. Now the area of hair growth below the chin has started increasing & widened in neck area. I am having aldactone 25 mg, Deviry & Metlong from 2003. Now I am on Diane & aldactone 50 mg from last one year. I am in deep trouble since I cannot face the crowd. Could you please suggest what I should do next, I am strying in North Bangalore. Please suggest a specialized Endrochronologist & dermatologist
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi Shilpa,
Thanks for writing to us.
This hair growth or hirsutism is due to PCOD.
You are already taking medical treatment for the same. As you are worried about hirsutism, the best treatment option would be laser hair reduction of your chin hair. Usually 5 to 6 sessions of laser sessions 4 weeks to 6 weeks apart are required. This would give you desired and permanent results.
Hope that helps. Take care
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