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1178131 tn?1282658419

Facial hair removal...

Hello Beautiful Ladies!!
I had been TTCing for a while now.  Since every month my Aunt shows w/o fail, with her ugly face, and understandably shatters me, making me think this will never happen etc, (I am getting into this routine every month LOL)
I wanted to concentrate on few things that I had been putting off because of possible pregnancy, which btw doesn't seem to happen anytime, GRRRR
anyway, on of which is facial hair removal.
Did you ladies hear from any docs if it is harmless to do some electrolysis or Laser?  which method is more harmless, and more effective, more cost efficient, and less painful?
I will not deprive myself from anything with the hopes
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1152782 tn?1451105026
I do laser hair removal.  They still do the treatments while you are TTC but once you find out you are pregnant they put the treatments on hold for you....I'm not sure if it effects TTC or not...and I'm not sure the prices of other procedures.  I like laser but it only works on dark hair because it zaps pigment....And I don't know how much lip costs because I got mine free with purchase of underarms.....
I wasn't very much help was I .....Sorry :)
Have fun :) and God Bless
1178131 tn?1282658419
Thanks for your comments :-)
Any other ladies with any Electrolysis experience?
1178131 tn?1282658419
I've decided against it.
Since I waited so long, might as well wait for some more time
After all, if that does have any negative effects on the baby, it'll be irreversible :(

Thanks Ladies :-)
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