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amother
Watermelon


 

Post Sun, Jun 09 2024, 12:05 am
amother Whitesmoke wrote:
Oh wow! I have hypothyroidism as well.
Is ur hair super thick and dark? Mine is and it's supposed to work the best on think thick and dark hair


Yup thick, dark hair. It’s really annoying.
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amother
OP


 

Post Sun, Jun 09 2024, 12:57 am
bestwife4 wrote:
I had a beard, almost like a man .. never saw a female have more hair then me. Started laser. Did like 6 sessions. I'm clear. Seriously, best investment ever. U need to see the right laser technician that uses The right machine. I see d&b laser. Laser by ahuva and laser by lala use same machine. I know few people that use them and see amazing results as well


I tried laser. It didn't help I think I actually have more hairs now. I don't have the energy or pain tolerance to try again.
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amother
Viola


 

Post Sun, Jun 09 2024, 3:09 am
Laser messed me up terribly. Triggered tons of dark growth that I never had before

Multi-needle Electrolysis saved me. It's expensive and I'm not done yet, but at least I only have to go for a session every 2-3 months for an hour, instead of tweezing new hairs every day and still looking horrible

You need someone who is really recommended
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amother
Lightcyan


 

Post Sun, Jun 09 2024, 3:42 am
amother Viola wrote:
Laser messed me up terribly. Triggered tons of dark growth that I never had before

Multi-needle Electrolysis saved me. It's expensive and I'm not done yet, but at least I only have to go for a session every 2-3 months for an hour, instead of tweezing new hairs every day and still looking horrible

You need someone who is really recommended


Exactly my experience.
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amother
Seashell


 

Post Thu, Jun 20 2024, 9:58 pm
amother Viola wrote:
Laser messed me up terribly. Triggered tons of dark growth that I never had before

Multi-needle Electrolysis saved me. It's expensive and I'm not done yet, but at least I only have to go for a session every 2-3 months for an hour, instead of tweezing new hairs every day and still looking horrible

You need someone who is really recommended


Can you please share whom you used?
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amother
Seashell


 

Post Thu, Jun 20 2024, 9:59 pm
amother Lightcyan wrote:
Exactly my experience.


Would you share whom you used?
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amother
Daylily


 

Post Thu, Jun 20 2024, 10:44 pm
Not a permanent solution but if you bleach and wax it's better. First bleach then wax, never the other way round.
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amother
Seashell


 

Post Fri, Jun 21 2024, 11:51 am
amother Daylily wrote:
Not a permanent solution but if you bleach and wax it's better. First bleach then wax, never the other way round.


Which bleaching product do you use? And what color does the hair look like?
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amother
Seashell


 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 2:12 pm
Bump
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daughterofgod




 
 
    
 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 2:16 pm
amother Whitewash wrote:
Are these safe while pregnant/nursing/both simultaneously?


DIM lowerd estrogen and is not safe to take during pregnancy
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amother
Nasturtium


 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 2:20 pm
bestwife4 wrote:
I had a beard, almost like a man .. never saw a female have more hair then me. Started laser. Did like 6 sessions. I'm clear. Seriously, best investment ever. U need to see the right laser technician that uses The right machine. I see d&b laser. Laser by ahuva and laser by lala use same machine. I know few people that use them and see amazing results as well


I felt the same until I didnt. Lasererd hair comes back with a vengeance every time your hormones change. For ex pregnancy nursing sugar levels diet etc etc.
and laser on the face causes growth of hair in other places. I have hair in places I nevee had thanks to laser. I wish I never started.

I wish everyone knew.

Electrolysis gives me intersering side effects so now im basically tweezing.

Yes I have pcos but managed with diet
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amother
Sapphire


 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 2:22 pm
amother Nasturtium wrote:
I felt the same until I didnt. Lasererd hair comes back with a vengeance every time your hormones change. For ex pregnancy nursing sugar levels diet etc etc.
and laser on the face causes growth of hair in other places. I have hair in places I nevee had thanks to laser. I wish I never started.

I wish everyone knew.

Electrolysis gives me intersering side effects so now im basically tweezing.

Yes I have pcos but managed with diet
Diet may be managing the insulin resistant aspect of pcos, but it's the excess androgens in pcos that causes the hirsutism and diet alone can't fix that
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amother
Viola


 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 2:38 pm
amother Seashell wrote:
Can you please share whom you used?


I'm in Israel, if you'd like I would be happy to recommend someone here.
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amother
Seashell


 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 3:18 pm
amother Sapphire wrote:
Diet may be managing the insulin resistant aspect of pcos, but it's the excess androgens in pcos that causes the hirsutism and diet alone can't fix that


So how can excess androgens be managed?
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amother
Seashell


 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 3:19 pm
amother Nasturtium wrote:
I felt the same until I didnt. Lasererd hair comes back with a vengeance every time your hormones change. For ex pregnancy nursing sugar levels diet etc etc.
and laser on the face causes growth of hair in other places. I have hair in places I nevee had thanks to laser. I wish I never started.

I wish everyone knew.

Electrolysis gives me intersering side effects so now im basically tweezing.

Yes I have pcos but managed with diet


Like what side effects? This is the first time I'm hearing about electrolysis causing side effects.
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amother
Mulberry


 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 3:22 pm
Electrolysis did not work for me. Its really depressing because it's the only solution. Now I have nothing left to try.
I dont officially have PCOS. This is my only symptom if I do.
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tulip3




 
 
    
 

Post Sun, Jun 23 2024, 3:40 pm
amother Sapphire wrote:
Diet may be managing the insulin resistant aspect of pcos, but it's the excess androgens in pcos that causes the hirsutism and diet alone can't fix that


Why not? How and what you eat impacts everything including hormones. Pcos isn't a root cause, there's a deeper issue to how the person got PCOS. Some ppl might need a multiple pronged approach but diet is definitely a good place to start.
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