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Hairy nipples and women
Nearly the entire human body is covered in hair and hair follicles. Some of this body hair may be very thin and transparent. Some of it, like leg hair, may turn thicker and darker with age. Hairy nipples are normal for women. Many women experience hairy nipples. A few underlying causes can lead to the growth of nipple hairs.
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Hairy Nipples: Why Women Get Them and 5 Quick Fixes that Work
Hairy nipples: Causes, treatment, and are they normal?
We're all covered on hair, but hairy nipples could also be a sign of more serious health issues. You may not like it, but the human body is covered in hair. Without this protective layer, we'd feel the cold more. It also provides cushioning from abrasions and in some locations, this hair helps to keep dirt and other nasties out of bodies. Especially nipple hair which is, rest assured, normal and a by-product of our pesky hormones. In a woman, hairy nipples could simply be down to an over-production of the male sex hormone testosterone, which we ALL have. In abundance testosterone stimulates hair growth.
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Why some women have hairy nipples – and when it could mean something serious
From Cosmopolitan. Nipple hair is totally common and normal. Dweck adds that if you notice hair growing in other stereotypically "masculine" places, like the upper lip or chin, that could be a sign of hirsutism , or sudden "male" hair growth in women, which is a symptom commonly associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome PCOS.
Hairy nipples were probably the last kind of hairs you ever expected to crop up on your body as a female. Chin hair? Err… sure, I can always pluck. Nipple hairs?!