Readers responded en masse with pictures of their tummies, from taught to flabby, with stretch marks and without. Those submitting pictures were also invited to include stories about their bellies and why they like them. Women proudly displayed tattoos, scars, and a little excess fat Hair-raising: Another reader was incredibly proud of her abundant belly hair. I think it's actually very neat-o!
Real women display their bellies: XO Jane Real Girl Belly Project
Hairiness | Hairiness in women
Urination shyness Hairiness in women Excess hair hirsutism in women often appears in the places where men have body hair, such as the upper lip and chin, the chest including around the nipples , the tops of the shoulders and the lower abdomen. The excess hair is usually coarse and dark different from the fine hair that some women have on their upper lip, chin, breasts and stomach. The hairs also grow longer than normal so, for example, hairs on the upper lip may grow to 1 cm long instead of remaining short, fine and fair. Reasons for excess hair Extra-responsiveness to hormones. Women often worry that hairiness means that they have male hormones and are not fully female. It is produced mainly by the adrenal glands, which are situated over the kidneys.
But why does it happen, how can you safely remove it and what hairy tales have our mums got Yes, a hairy belly is common in pregnancy - you may even sprout dark hair when you have fair hair yourself. Fuzziness and hairiness on your bump can often make an appearance in your second trimester, along with a neat dark line that stems from your belly button, called the linea nigra. It might be a momentary shocker, but there's no need to be alarmed - and it should disappear soon after your baby's arrived.