HANS-ULRICH OSTERWALDER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY HANS-ULRICH OSTERWALDER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Body hair in women. Illustration of a woman showing regions where body hair may grow. The body regions are represented by dots and include the face, upper chest, around the nipples, outer arms, lower belly, pubic area and inner thighs, and lower legs. In women, body hair is more sparsely distributed, but like in men it grows on the body after puberty. The most commonly haired regions of the body in women are the underarms, arms, pubic area, and lower legs. Hirsutism is a condition of excessive hairiness in women, in which all areas seen here may develop hair due to high levels of male hormone.
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