A: Since the hair is similar to peach fuzz, it's probably not pubic hair at all. More than likely it's something called vellus hair, which can appear anywhere on the body, although it's much more noticeable in areas you're not expecting see hair grow on such a young child. As long as the hair is not getting longer or darker and your baby has no other signs of early puberty, such as a sudden growth spurt, acne, developing breasts, vaginal discharge, or underarm hair or odor, then she's probably fine. But if this is truly pubic hair, your baby may have a condition called premature adrenarche, which can trigger the growth of underarm and pubic hair.
By Clemence Michallon For Dailymail.
YouTube: www. Someone complimented me for my fuzzy arm in another photo, so I figured I'd post a couple photos that show off my fuzziness more. A recent Macro Monday theme was double exposure - these two photos are what happened when I forgot to double expose my dear subject and love. Nevertheless, I love them and they are the same macro pieces of her that I double exposed, just dip'd.
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