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Uncontrollable hair growth

Has anyone noticed they are growing everywhere especially down there more rapidly than usual? Feel like I need to shave every three days just go feel sanitary.
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yup. I'm like a man. hair everywhere. sadly, even on my knuckles and toes. yuck...
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9884089 tn?1406756206
Just my arm pits. Lol
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I did when I was pregnant with my son, the one area I was happy about was my head, my hair grew thick, long, shiny and luscious. I'm 18wks with my second and have noticed far less hair growth this time.
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I am more of facial hair, the more kids I have the more facial hair I get thankfully it's fair.This is my worst nightmare coming true.
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Ive Got it on my belly :/
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8364464 tn?1408312392
Why the heck it won't just grow on my head
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I'm waxing and waxing but hairs growing faster than it use to. And i'm getting more fine hair on my belly :(
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Ok.... I have it all over.... But my hair seem too sensitive to get my normal waxing. So stuck... Trying some products to shave easy because now at 20 weeeks, its getting harder to see the "area".....
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I have a lot of hair on my belly! Ugh.....
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That happens especially since taking prenatal vitamins. They make things grow, I've had to shave my legs every other day now lol.
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