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Have large pores on chest, small hair growing on them. Will I have chest hair on this whole area?

Hi, i didnt find any information on internet about my problem. I have a little larger pores on my chest , for two years or so. It looks like they have a small black tip, but its not a typical blackheads. I can see that a little darker hair is growing from most of them. Does it mean, that this is the early stage of a hair covered area where a hair will be growing in next couple of months of years? I mean, if I can expect, that I will have a chest hair on this whole area? Thank you for your response
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
The small hair could be precursors of chest hair, but the likelihood of that would depend on your age. If you're in your teens, then yes, they could be precursors. If you're already in your 20's , the likelihood of that happening decreases significantly.
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Answered: Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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