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Having thyroid and pcos, facial hair growth. Medicine and treatment to reduce hair growth?

hi doctor. i have thyroid and pcos for past 2 years i have facial hair growth.i ll do threading to remove tat. but it is causing allergy nd increases hair der any tablets r cream to reduce hair growth. if i use those tablets ll facial hair growth stops? i dont want 2 do laser r electolysis. suggest me tablets r cream tat ll stop facial hair growth
Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
se adjusted after every three months for thyriod
normally the pcod can be signs of milk/wheat allergy
get your blood test for ige milk and wheat specific antigens
i am sure this will be positive either to milk or to wheat or both
in the mean time you apply
clidamycin gel on the face morning and evening
at night apply retino a .25 mgm
after applying switch off the light
if your face becomes dry you can mix fluticasone ointment in retino A at night but be sure it should be small quantity to mix
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