Am I alone here or did any one else start growing crazy amounts of hair on their belly? Anyways, has anyone had this and tried waxing? Let me know your thoughts.
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From excess sweating to black belly buttons, enlarged breasts, a sore tailbone, and even moving teeth, it varies for every pregnant woman, and certainly doesn't end there. It turns out hairy bellies can also pop up - which is exactly what journalist, Monique Bowley, is experiencing. The hairy surprise came along as early as her first trimester, but hasn't yet shifted, some 25 weeks later. Monique Bowley shared a photo of her hairy baby bump, jokingly saying that she'll call it 'Hagrid' pictured.
This blog is a collection of pictures and stories from women cis and trans and non binary people living with excessive body hair. There is also some posts on self-care, more general body positivity, feminism, etc. Feel free to submit and write to me, I answer privately if possible and post all submissions anonymously.
While conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome can cause the growth of such unruly hair, idiopathic hirsutism usually has no underlying cause, other than a higher-than-usual prevalence of androgens i. Women with the condition tend to grow thick, dark hairs on their back, upper-lip, breasts, chin, chest, or tummy, and battling the fuzz as well as the stubble and ingrown hairs associated with removal may lead to frustration and insecurity. While there are treatments available, like a drug called Spironolactone, which blocks androgen receptors and reduces testosterone, or creams like Vaniqa, many are costly.
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Suraiya found herself being trolled online by dozens of body shamers criticising her for not shaving before posting the picture. If a brown man saw me at a shisha lounge he'd be too intimidated by my looks to approach me but on here they brave AF telling me to wax. These photos are beautiful. I love this.
Body hair on women is a contentious subject in the media. The other players? Lest you forget, before the kerfuffle about armpit hair, there was pubic hair.