Since having ds 3 months ago, I've not had to shave my underarms at all.
Legs and bikini normal, underarms not.
It's literally since the day I gave birth.
Anyone know if this is thyroid related, or other glands or something???
I should be happy but it's weirding me out...
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02-05-2014 21:51 #1Senior Member
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Weird post pregnancy issue
02-05-2014 21:52 #2
Probably hormonal enjoy it
02-05-2014 21:59 #3
Hair loss. I'm going to be bald at this rate! (4mths pp)
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02-05-2014 22:40 #4
I had something pretty similar. Underarm hair and pubic hair did basically not grow while I was breast feeding. Definitely hormonal as I already have a thyroid issue which is controlled by medication. Enjoy it while it lasts.
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03-05-2014 07:15 #6
Hair loss at 4mths pp
I was really worried until I asked my GP.
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