I assume you are hypothyroid as I note from below your profile, levothyroxine etc. The doctors are wrong things can be tried - are they saving money to keep their budget in line and let you suffer on.
Hisuitism is too much male hormones and I cannot understand why the doctor hasn't referred you to a specialist if he is incapable of helping you
It is connected to hormones and you appear to have too many male ones due to, maybe PCOs or others and I don't know why your GP hasn't referred you to someone if he is incapable and just lets you carry on. He (if he it is) isn't bothered as he shaves every day and doesn't see the harm it does to your confidence.
This is an excerpt:
Medications are equally effective in all women.
●Birth control pills – Birth control pills lower the levels of androgens. They are usually the first choice for the treatment of hirsutism, and between 60 and 100 percent of women with hirsutism will notice improvement when taking these medications. Birth control pills can also help establish regular menstrual cycles in women who have irregular cycles or who do not menstruate at all. (See "Patient education: Hormonal methods of birth control (Beyond the Basics)".)
●Anti-androgens – Anti-androgens are medications that directly decrease androgen production or block the action of androgens on the hair follicle. Because these medications may cause birth defects, an effective form of birth control (eg, birth control pills) is required for sexually active premenopausal women who take antiandrogens.
Ask for a referral to a specialist if your doctor cannot prescribe.
Also ask for a new blood test for thyroid hormones as you may also need dose adjusted. Make the earliest appointment and fasting although you can drink water. Also leave about 24 hours between your last dose of levo and the test and take it afterwards.
Tell your GP you are taking your own health into your own hands as you want to get better to enable your child to have a healthy mother instead of an ailing one.
TSH, T4, T3, Free T4, Free T3, and thyroid antibodies. Vitamin B12, Vit D, iron, ferritin and folate. You deserve all of these tests because when you get well you and your child will have a better quality of life.
Get a print-out with the ranges and post for comments.