A new study suggests that testosterone injections can help prevent the development of male pattern baldness and other facial hair issues, and may even improve men’s moods.
The findings from a study led by University of Michigan researchers appear in the journal JAMA Dermatology.
The study, which looked at 2,000 men who took testosterone for their facial hair problems, found that men who received testosterone gel had a 30 percent lower risk of developing facial hair when compared with men who didn’t take the injections.
The researchers also noted that the men who had higher testosterone levels were also less likely to develop facial hair.
The finding was supported by previous studies.
Researchers said they are not sure exactly how the testosterone helps reduce facial hair, but they think it may involve reducing hair growth and shedding excess hair.
A lot of the facial hair on the face is produced by the follicles in the scalp, which grow hair when the hair is not growing properly.
When these follicles are overgrown, hair is lost from the skin.
If a man doesn’t have hair on his face, the hair that’s already on the skin grows on the scalp and eventually falls off.
So if you’re a man who’s had facial hair or had hair growing on your scalp, the hormone testosterone may help prevent or lessen the hair loss.
For men who suffer from facial hair disorder, testosterone can cause hair loss, and the hormone may also help control the condition.
Men who are taking testosterone for facial hair have more hair growth than men who are not taking the hormone, according to a study published in the March 2014 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatologists.
Men who take testosterone for hair loss are less likely than men not taking testosterone to develop hair loss and facial hair problem.
The new study, led by David M. Pescatore, PhD, professor of dermatology and of cosmetic surgery at the University of Iowa, is one of several studies looking at testosterone and hair loss among men with facial hair disorders.
In one of the studies, men who take more testosterone than other men in their families had a lower risk for developing facial baldness.
In another study, Pescate found that women who took more testosterone during their lifetime had a 50 percent higher risk for hair-loss than women who didn�t.
Another study published last year in the Journal to End Male Pattern Baldness found that the same testosterone injections that are given to men with acne also reduce facial balding and help reduce facial skin infections.
Men and women who are prescribed testosterone for acne have a higher risk of having hair loss than other women.
A new study found that testosterone could help reduce hair loss in men and women with facial acne, a condition caused by excess hair in the facial area.
The results from the new study are consistent with previous research showing that testosterone is helpful in men with menopausal acne, according the Journal article.
The research was supported in part by the National Institutes of Health, and by the Office of Naval Research, the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases and the National Cancer Institute.
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