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Teen, have excessive hair over the body, often shave it, no positive result. What can be done?

well, i am hairy and i am 16 years old i hate my hair so much it s so tall in whole my body in back, chest , legs and everywhere ... i shave sometimes and i get razor burn it feels so bad what i can do ? i am totally confused this disappoint me i can not accept my hairy body i buy a lot of razors wax and too many products but no positive result i am so tired shaving my skin full of razor burn and this scared me so much what i can do in this situation ?
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Hi excessive hair all over body during teens is due to hormonal imbalance.go for hormonal assay of testosterone both direct and total and thyroid and growth hormones.if there is no hormonal imbalance or after it is corrected first use uproot lotion for 6-8 weeks if no response go for laser hair removal it is done for 8-10sittings according to density of hair
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