Does The Mustache Can Continue To Grow?
Doctor. I used to shave my hair when I was a child. Well, the more mature it seems there is a mustache. Is it really possible to continue to grow if shaved?
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The growth of mustache / feathers on the lips is influenced by the hormone testosterone, which is commonly said to be a hormone in men. So that hair growth can be found on the face, side of the face, or the armpit and pubic areas. In men, hair growth in the facial area is a sign of secondary sex development. While excessive hair growth in women can be caused by several things, including:
Polycystic ovary syndrome, the presence of multiple fluid sacs in the female reproductive organs of the ovary. One of the symptoms ishirsutism (excessive hair growth in women), irregular periods, pelvic pain.
Disorders of the adrenal glands.
Take long-term steroid medications that can be used by athletes for muscle development, which can cause Cushing's Syndrome.
Obesity, or excess weight condition.
Tumors that produce androgen hormones such as testosterone.
In this condition, it is natural that the hair / shaved hair has the ability to grow back. As age goes on and the development of hormones and secondary sex, the hair / hair can look and grow more bushy than before. If you feel one of the annoying complaints such as irregular menstruation in women, or hair growth before puberty, then you can consult a doctor for further examination and management.
Hopefully this information helps you,