Hirsutism is a condition of unwanted, male-pattern hair growth in women. Hirsutism results in excessive amounts of stiff and pigmented hair on body areas where men typically grow hair - face, chest and back. The amount of body hair you have is largely determined by your genetic makeup. Hirsutism may arise from excess male hormones called androgens, primarily testosterone. Hirsutism may also be due to a family trait. A combination of self-care and medical therapies provides effective treatment for many women with hirsutism.
Disease symptoms and Treatment
Hirsutism is a common clinical condition seen in female patients of all ages. It affects around 5-10% of the women and is a common presenting complaint in the dermatological out patient department for cosmetic reasons.
Different types of drugs antiandrogen Fluridil ,Cyproterone Acetate,Spironolactone.
According to World health rankings (Age Standardized) patients affecting from Hirsutism disorder was found to be 1.3% Per 100,000 people.