Causes Of Different Left And Right Armpit Hair Thickness?
Good afternoon. I am 17 years old this year 18, is growth for armpit hair tending to the right more first than the left armpit? The problem is that my right armpit has already grown its armpit hair while the left side is still very fine.
Thank you for the question.
During puberty, bodily changes occur that are influenced by sex and growth hormones. In women, puberty usually occurs around the age of 10-14 years, which is marked by menstruation, breasts begin to grow, and the growth of hair on the genitals and armpits. In men, puberty usually occurs around the age of 12-16 years, which is marked by the size of the testicles and penis enlargement, wet dreams, sounds become heavy, and the growth of hair on the genitals and armpits as well. These periods can occur over time, and each individual has his own time course.
The growth of hair in the genitals and armpits is something that naturally occurs in men and women. Basically, there is no source that states that hair that grows in the right armpit is faster than the left armpit. However, each individual is different, and it is possible that the rate of hair growth in the two armpits has a difference that is affected by the glands in the armpit, and this is normal. Asymmetrical hair growth in both armpits is normal and should not be a concern. The important thing is to maintain a clean body properly and correctly.
Hopefully this information can help.