Adolescent children with facial hair

Facial hair growth in adolescent children is related to increased androgen levels in the body, which is a manifestation of physiological secondary sex characteristics, but some endocrine diseases, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (female) and Cushing’s syndrome, cannot be excluded. If the facial hair is too much, too thick, too dense, it is recommended to seek medical advice.

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