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Good evening ! I am a 20 years old man

Good evening ! I am a 20 years old man with excessive hair body that started to grow up since i was 13. I did laboratory analysis and my testosterone level and my thyroid gland are fine . I do not have a problem that i have hair on my body but the amount of hair os what worries me . I have on back all chest , tummy, hand and legs and all i want to do is not to have mo hair but reduce the amount of it. Can you please help me ? Thank you!
Sat, 10 Nov 2018
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