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Avatar m tn Hello, There are many methods of hair removal like waxing, electrolysis, laser treatment also. However, the best method of painless hair removal on penis is by laser treatment. I would advise you to consult a dermatologist/cosmetologist and discuss this option with him. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Avatar n tn I was very self conscious about it growing up- for I couldn't find anything about girls with nipple hair. I actually had laser hair removal when I was 16, but it has all grown back which is unfortunate because it cost a lot! I still pluck when their long enough, but they do become ingrown and I end up having some scarring as well. My boyfriend never even noticed when we first got together, I couldn't believe it. It goes to show that men miss detail. It was a huge relief for me.
Avatar m tn I decided to undergo a course of IPL hair removal treatments in an attempt to solve the problem, however it appears to have increased the hair growth. I had 10 sessions of IPL whereby the laser was directed on the shaft of my penis. I have now become extremely worried that I may have damaged my penis because I am observing the following things.
Avatar n tn net/follicle/folliculitis.shtml Some stubborn cases of folliculitis have been responsive to laser-assisted hair removal. This process uses a laser to destroy the follicle. This reduces the scarring that results from folliculitis. Let us know if you need any other information and consult a skin specialist if the lesion is persistent. Regards.
Avatar n tn I had some cut out when they got bad from me irritating them but they said nothing can be done but cutting them out. I am trying the Trea beauty laser hair removal to see if it helps at all and they have a blue light also that I might try and if I get any more info or it helps I will let you know.
Avatar f tn I still have to shave my upper lip and forearms daily and pluck chin hairs because I can't afford laser removal. A few years ago I had a total hysterectomy due to numerous fibroid tumors and a large cyst on the remaining ovary. I wish I had my medical records from '86 so I could say exactly what I had, but I just don't know. But it's nice to know I'm not alone.
Avatar n tn Regarding the hair loss, when I started going through menopause at age 47 I would find a hair ball in the shower. Lasted for a while and then stopped. I've read that hair loss can be attributed to a lack of estrogen. So not sure if you're at that age or not. Hair loss is also a symptom that some people with lupus deal with. I've had some estrogen issues just recently and have noticed my skin is a lot drier than usual, probably a result of the lowering estrogen.
Avatar f tn So this friday I am in again for another hysteroscopy and removal of blood, and they will then leave the catheter in until Sunday. I worry, as online research of catheter stent for use with stenosis shows that you need at least two weeks for it to work, so wonder if I'm wasting my time.
Avatar n tn Viagra helped when it came on the market. Retrogressive ejaculation followed in 2001; it may be as a result of damage done during removal of kidney-stone although doctors seem to disagree on this. Found blood when masturbating (but none in urine) earlier this year. Saw doctor and had pta test done. It was normal. I went though hell while waiting on result. I was almost sure I has cancer. The condition cleared up. It has now recurred and there seems to be more blood than the first time.
Avatar n tn I found the source of my pain...the posterior hardware (pedicle screws and rods). Surgical removal (09/07) of the hardware released that Lumbar triangle of pain. I still have some hip and knee pain which is a result of L4 and L3 bulging in reaction to the hardware and associated muscle tightness, but hope that over time it resolves itself. I took a risk, my Neurosurgeon gave me a 50/50 chance that my condition would improve or remain the same.
298579 tn?1192250448 Yet another woman here, relieved to find she's not alone. I've had the same symptoms since age 33, and I'm 53 now. Mine started when I had a botched laser cone biopsy of my cervix which left my cervix a mass of scar tissue. I always assumed that my pain had something to do with my screwed up cervix. My symptoms were so weird that I never mentioned them to my doctor. I've done a bunch of Google searches but never got the right one to get any information.