Hypertrichosis, also called a werewolf syndrome, is a condition known by excessive hair growth anywhere in your person’s body. It can affect both women and men. But it’s extremely rare. The abnormal hair growth will cover the face and body or be in small patches. Hypertrichosis may appear at birth or occur over time. Types We have many types of hypertrichosis categorized depending on how and when a person develops the condition. Congenital hypertrichosis lanuginosa The fine lanugo hairs that occur in a fetus, as usual, though do not fade away after birth. But, the hairs continue to grow more in ...Read more

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