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Suffering from Hypothyroid, taking thyronorm. Hair growth on upper lip and chin. Is growth due to thyroid?

Hi, i am suffering from hypothyroid since one year and having a thyronorm tab (0.5 mg) daily morning. now a days i m observing hair growth on upperlips and on chin also on breast . Pleas suggest what needs to be done. I feel so much tired sometimes. My skin has become very tensed with many pimples and dark spots on it. Please help are these symptoms related to thyroid. If yes then what medicine (specially the composition) should i take. Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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These are not usually related to thyroid hormone abnormalities but you should have a check on your androgen levels and also have an ultrasound of your ovaries to know if you have PCOS or not. For the excess hair growth I would advice you to go in for laser surgery to remove the same since other treatment measures might not be that effective. Please note that multiple sessions might be required to get rid of most of the hair growth in these areas.
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