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  • Countrygirl1
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    15 and planning to have sex? I would think about it again, you are too young darling.

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  • Countrygirl1
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    Originally posted by deg_dilemma View Post
    Bear in mind that you're probably just a lot more aware of your own body than others will be, so don't worry too much or overreact.

    I'm sure you'll get lots of good responses here but generally I would say:
    Don't shave, go for a wax.
    Try laser hair removal (or the other one that uses light pulses)

    And remember, hair is natural and we all have it!
    I agree!!

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  • hilarryy
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    Remove them with any good hair removal cream, and use it regularly guys don't like too much hair on a girls body, you can do it when you want to go out with him or somewhere.

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  • Popcorn&Candy
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    Waxing is your best option. It'll hurt a little when you first start but it is worth it. If I didn't shave I'd resemble a gorilla myself! LOL. To be serious, you're not alone with your body hair issues. Waxing is your best option, as I've already said. You'll need it done once every 6 weeks and there is no stubble, as with shaving. It lasts longer, too. You just have to accept you may have more body hair than other women and simply make the effort to remove it.

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  • MariPat
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    So, what solution did you finally find?

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  • Anya Joe
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    Ohh,
    Its very tough to wax hair from large are of body. If the hair are thick and small then no need to feel embarrassed, it ok just think its part of your body.

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  • christinaa123
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    Hi darling, don't worry. You should visit doctor. Maybe there is any medical way to remove these from Your body. Or go for a wax, try laser hair removal. There is a lot of options. But don't worry

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  • shakirajane
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    Quit smoking and save your hair..Hair loss it doesn't affects your health.. but worrying how it affect your health is the problem

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  • sunnyy
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    don't worry. you avoid vitamin A and use egg or courd mixture.

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  • Madhuri Verma
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    What to Eat To Avoid Hair Loss:
    Vitamin A:
    It promotes growth of healthy cells and tissues in your overall body.
    Sources – fish oil, liver, milk, eggs.
    Zinc:
    Lack of Zinc causes damage the scalp and limit hair growth.
    Zinc stops premature graying of hair.
    Zinc battles with calcium for absorption which means taking both at the same time isn’t the brightest idea as calcium will hinder the uptake of zinc.

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  • yorkielass
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    You may have an hormone imbalance and seeing your gp for a blood test. Testosterone is found in men and women make a little of it. I found out by blood test that I was making too much testosterone and why I got facial hair also pcos

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  • RashiRathore
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    I think wax it would be better...

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  • Claret
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    Originally posted by Baboy View Post
    Good posts Claret and DreamP. You both can offer a better perspective than I.

    I would hope callie is tuned in. However, I realized after I posted, drawn in by olivahair's post today, that callie's post is her one and only and it's 2 months old. So we may just be talking to ourselves.
    Agreed we could be talking to ourselves, but it may assist someone else further down the line.

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  • Baboy
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    Good posts Claret and DreamP. You both can offer a better perspective than I.

    I would hope callie is tuned in. However, I realized after I posted, drawn in by olivahair's post today, that callie's post is her one and only and it's 2 months old. So we may just be talking to ourselves.

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  • DreamP346
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    I'm also one of the older farts on this board, but I'm not going to lecture you about sex at an early age. I will however lecture you about being mature about engaging in sex. ie, projection (condoms, condoms, condoms) and knowing how to put them on correctly. But also just as important is being able to negotiate sex with you partner. If your body hair is preventing you from having sex, that is a sign that you are not communicating well to be engaging in sex. Heck, there are plenty of women in their 20's, 30's and 40's who shouldn't be having sex because they can't communicate with their partners. How do you know the hair will bother him? Do you know some men actually like hair.

    When engaging in sex, you need to be with somebody you feel comfortable with. Obviously, you aren't comfortable being yourself in front of him yet. Another sign you may not be ready for sex.

    OK, to answer you question about body hair, unless you are a baby, everybody has body hair. Many people don't care or remove it. Women use wax, hair removal creams, etc. You can also bleach it. Do you have a mom or other older woman you can talk to about your hair. They will tell you if it is excessive. if that is the case, as Claret said, go get it checked out.

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