Excessive puberty in women is called hirsutism . Hirsutism, or extreme puberty, can be a cosmetic problem as well as a sign of a health disorder.

If there is excessive hair growth in the females and thickening in the hair, the hormonal disorder should be suspected in the following areas:
Facial
Breast
nipples
Upper back region
Tail biceps waist
Hip
Upper leg crotch
Abdomen

Some findings accompanying excessive hairiness may suggest serious hormone problems:
Obesity
Mass in pubes or on the ground Masky
appearance in female organs
Acne
Alopecia (baldness)

Excessive hair growth (hypertrichosis, hirsutism) reasons are as follows:
polycystic ovary syndrome,
ovarian cysts and tumors
feathering due to drug use
inherited adrenal gland overwork the
adrenal cysts and tumors
Familial fuzz
of unknown cause feathering
less feathering cause of conditions (anorexia nervosa, acromegaly, hypothyroidism, hyperprolactinemia, and porphyria)

Blood hormone tests and abdominal ultrasound testing should be requested in cases of excessive hairiness.

Excessive hair growth (hypertrichosis, hirsutism) blood tests will be asked:
testosterone
LH-FSH ratio of
DHEA-SO4
17 Alpha Hydroxy Progesterone
PRL
TSH

Further investigation can be made if abnormalities occur in these tests.

Excessive hair growth (hypertrichosis, hirsutism) receiving long-lasting results in the treatment methods:
circulation method to
depilatory methods
sugary network
waxing
hair paling with
tweezers or a rope to get

Excessive hair growth (hypertrichosis, hirsutism) received long-lasting results in the treatment methods:
Needle hair removal
laser hair removal

Drugs excessive hair growth (hypertrichosis, hirsutism) treatments:
Spironolactone
Flutamide,
Cyproterone
Eflornith to
Glucocorticoids
antidiabetics (metformin)