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Menopause and Facial Hair
Hello and thanks for this service! My question pertains to facial hair. I had to have a hysterectomy about 7 years ago and the "peach fuzz" on my face has gotten longer and thicker. What would be the best solution to get rid of it? I can't use wax or creams due to Rosacea and Lupus. I'm thinking about trying the new trimmers for facial hair advertised on TV, but I'm leary because I don't want to  cause stubble or dark hairs. Any thoughts or guidance would be greatly appreciated!
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A. Facial hair can be a difficult challenge.  Many people are using laser hair removal.  Others are using medication such as spironolactone or other medications that block the hair receptor.  They work by preventing the
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Thank you so much! I will definately plan on discussing it wih my Dr. at my next appointment and NOT use the trimmer. May God continue to bless you!
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