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PCOD, hair fall, unwanted hair growth on neck, black patches on neck. Permanent solution?

hi, i am Divya and i am suffering from pcod from last 9yrs. my periodic cycle is not regular at all without medicine. i had daine 35 for 6years but now i change my doctor and she recommend me jasmine. thing is this my problem is still unsolved. i am facing with lots of problem due to this like hair fall , unwanted hair growth around neck , black patch on necks, under arms. Kindly suggest is there any permanent solution to it.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern the incidence of PCOD is increasing all over the world and the treatment of this is depend upon the severity of disease but in most of the case nothing can be done, now for the unwanted hair that you have can be treated with the laser one and for that you need to see the dermatologist, hope this information helps you, take care and have nice day.
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