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Hello Doctor,
Am a medical student, 3th year, am 22 years old, and my bread is yet not complete, (only about 40 %),
As you know. beard is a man feature and i feel bad because is not growing well,
what shell i do? do i have to take some medication to stimulate its growth?
I would be very thankfull for detailed answer!
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Beard area is under androgenic stimulation not as much the level of the hormone, but the genetic expression at the hair root level.You have to accept this limitation,and even increasing testosterone will have no beneficial effect.
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Hello Doctor
I am 22 year old and i don't have a full beard and i also lack hair in my arm pits,on my chest and legs,i had a test a year back to check my testosterone level ...the range was 8-30 and my level was 13,i consulted a doctor he said your testosterone levels are ok,so what should i do now,increasing my testosterone would be of any benefit or it is just genetic?
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