The most common causes of excessive hair appearance for girls

Polycystic ovary syndrome has become a common problem in many girls, as some girls suffer from menstrual cycle disorders as well as increased weight and the appearance of heavy hair on the body in different places and unusual appearance of hair.

Dr. Ahmad Sulaiman, professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Al-Qasr Al-Aini Hospital in Haditha, added that the real causes of the disease are several scientific theories, such as the genetic nature of the ovaries and the inheritance of girls.

The symptoms of the disease ranging from the absence of symptoms to the apparent appearance of all symptoms of PCOS, which is the menstrual cycle disorders, such as the spacing of the cycle, and also the quantity, and may also be interrupted menstruation permanently.

Other symptoms include the irregularity of ovulation, which may lead to delayed reproduction in girls after marriage. A common problem of this disease is the appearance of thick hair in various places of the body such as the abdomen, chest and face as a result of increased male hormone in girls, In girls in certain areas of the body such as buttocks and buttocks.

Polycystic ovaries are diagnosed either by clinical symptoms or by various hormonal screening methods, as well as by ultrasound on the abdomen and pelvis.

As for treatment, it is in several main areas, notably weight loss and treatment of symptoms associated with the menstrual cycle, and the provision of hormonal antibiotics for excessive hair and after the treatment of girls are advised to make laser sessions to remove unwanted hair.

We recommend the girl to change her lifestyle, the trend towards natural health food from fresh fruits and vegetables, and away from fast food, fat and processed foods, to avoid weight gain and exercise, where weight gain is a direct factor in the imbalance of hormones that lead to polycystic ovary in the girls.

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