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By Hairylass - / Tuesday 2 October 2018 06:00 / United States
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By  2013bchan41  |  20

You have trichotillomania, I have it too, but instead of my mustache I pull at my beard hair
I suggest waxing or epilating, it'll get the hairs out and they won't grow back for at least a couple weeks.

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By  2013bchan41  |  20

You have trichotillomania, I have it too, but instead of my mustache I pull at my beard hair
I suggest waxing or epilating, it'll get the hairs out and they won't grow back for at least a couple weeks.

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  WHSKitty4ever  |  14

Um, that’s incorrect. What you’re thinking of is people who pull out body (not just scalp) hair. https://www.google.com/?sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwislKTPq-jdAhXp5IMKHUfGC2MQOwgC

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WHSkitty, sorry to break it to you, but the scalp is part of the body. Regardless, the “hair-pulling disorder” does not reference a specific body part. Most just usually end up pulling their hair from the scalp area, but that specific attribute is not one of the criteria for trichotrillomania—only the hair-pulling aspect of that attribute is... also, don’t forget the anxiety. So gtfo with your google search...

By  Meghan Johnston  |  2

Does no one understand this isn't possible?
It's genetics and age, and your chemical makeup that decides what colour any hair on your body is. The whole pull out a hair and it comes back thicker and darker is literally a myth and a load of crap.

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