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Posted by: Elmarie | 2011/01/17

Menopause

I had a historectomy 20 years ago which they left my ovaris. I am 50 and in my menopause. I started getting hair in my face a couple of years ago. How can i treat this and is there something wrong.My breasts are also very sensitive and tender what is the cause.

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The hair on your face is because of hormonal changes and the tender breasts most likely as well, though you should check for lumps. HRT might help.

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2011/01/19

The hair on your face is because of hormonal changes and the tender breasts most likely as well, though you should check for lumps. HRT might help.

Best wishes

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