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Is there any other treatment except laser treatment for excess facial hair growth ?

hello sir /madam .Im Reena form banglore .I need to know about laser treatment for unwanted hair removal in face , since i got irregular periods 3 years back ,now im ok ,but facial hair is more ,i tried laser but due to my work timings i discontinued my treatment ,can i go for it again or any other solution is there ?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi Reena,
Welcome to HCM.
First get yourself checked for PCOD and get treated. Only after its proper treatment and normalization of hormones, should you go for laser hair reduction.
It is safe and effective. But multiple sessions are required.
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
hi reena
laser is only way to get reed of unwanted hair permanently.
it take 7-10 sessions to achieve desirable result.
you can resume your treatment and check your hormonal status to rule out any underline cause.
laser is safe and effective.
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