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beard and mustache problem

dear doctor
i am a 17 years old guy i have very few mustache and a beard   its jst that i feel socially embaraased by this        i do have hair on my legs and the pubic region but vry few undearm nd   face   i mean i have hair on my face but very less   .plz hlp me  nd tell me if there are any medical problems in this or nott



ps  my family has no such problem nd i am totally fertile.  

thankou o am waiting fr ure reply soon   bye
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Hi,

Basically, there is nothing that you can do to increase your beard development. Genetics and hormones are the major determinants of an individual's beard development. Unless you suffer from a hormonal imbalance, generally there is no medical treatment available to increase beard growth. If you have any doubts or concerns, you should consult a physician and possibly even an endocrinologist and
dermatologist.

Adolescent and young adult males can reasonably expect that the development of their facial hair will increase over time. Genetics and hormones, however, remain the controlling factors. The timetable varies widely among individuals. Some may develop fully-mature beard growth in the teen years, while others may not do so until their late
twenties. Still others may never develop appreciable beard growth.

Let us know if you need any other information .

Regards.

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thank you very much  
ill think i should consult a physician as per ure instructions



thamks again for ue concern and helpfulness.
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Hi,

Glad to know that the post was of some help to you.

Do keep us posted about how you are doing and consult your doctor for a clinical examination if the symptoms persist.

Let us know if you need any other information.

Regards.
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