The tests show: "NORMAL"
I am 22 years old, and i finally decided to seek a professional opinion and undertake testing, because of increased bodily hair growth (hirsutism- lower abdomen, breasts, buttocks, groin)in the last 5 years...it came along with increased acne, PMS, weight gain (although I am not overweight), excess sweating and a one time outburst of mild psoriasis.
I eat healthy compared to most people (since childhood avoid junk food, processed juices or sodas, artificial sweeteners, homogenized diary products, hydrogenated fats)altho i did consume a lot of soy products when i read an article about what a "healthy" food it is, about 2 or 3 years ago...
According to my doctor, I don't have PCOS (ultrasound test), and hormonal blood tests are aparently within normal ranges(TSH, testosterone), so are my blood sugar and cholesterol.
I really don't know what is causing this, but I definitely DO NOT agree that being 300% hairier than a few years ago is normal. I am caucasian with blond hair, fair skin and the more I shave tweez or pluck, the hair is getting darker and thicker!
Would progesterone therapy be suitable in my situation?