Hmm. The hair growth on my legs and underarms and arms is very slight now. I did not consider that a problem since it just meant less shaving! I didn't shave my arms (except once when I was a teenager and learned that the stubble was worse than the soft hair!) although since I am a brunette I have never considered hairy arms to be particularly attractive. But since I am now concerned about thinning hair (on my head) and I see your question, I'm wondering if there may be some connection.
I'm always plucking hairs from my chin. I wonder if they do transplants from the chinny-chin-chin to the top of the head. I hope I don't sound too flippant. My hair concerns are a vanity issue and I appreciate that many of you have a much more serious interest in the topic.
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