However, werewolf syndrome was owned by three sisters in India. Hair grows from head to toe. The three girls who lived in a small village in Pune, India have this inherited disorder called hypertrichosis universalis from their father.
Hypertrichosis universalis is a genetic mutation, which cells that should stop the hair growth in certain parts but instead trigger hair growth.
As a result, all three girls have abnormal hair growth on their body parts including face, so they like have a mustache and beard.
Savita (23), Monish (19), and Savitri (15) is struggling to control the hair growth. They hope that one day they will be able to pay for treatment with laser methods to dissipate the excess hair from their bodies.
As for now they have to use certain hair creams or else it will quickly grow. Among them, Savitri, whose face was covered with hair at least it’s not desirable.
Despite those efforts have not been getting results, they do not wipe out the desire to one day get married and form a family like the other girls.
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