Vitiligo: Pigment is lost from areas of the skin
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Allopathic treatment- Vitiligo spots increased after getting allopathic treatment. Homeopathic treatment- Initially I got good response and few spots healed. But after few months it started to increase again. I want to go for Ayurvedic treatment now.
lost pigment over upper back from neck to midway to waist - wider at shoulders, tapers in a "v" shape centered on spine Found a study earlier on this website stating study of 32,524 people showed 7 people had skin hypopigmentation. Can't find any other info on this. I've been on vicodin since 2008 because of 5 total hip replacements and revisions with chronic pain still ruining my life!
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Dear All, I take Lithium Carbonate (750 mg/day) and started to have Vitiligo on my face couple years ago. I gave birth in 2014, since than the Vitiligo specially on my cheek got worse. I would like to know more about Vitiligo and if there is a connection to Lithium, it would be also interesting. Of course Vitiligo makes me quite upset... Now we have sunshine, summer is coming, I use 50 factor sunscreen cream. Hope to get some useful info and meet with people who have similar problems. See you, Judit
Hi...my son is 5 years he is sufferring from segmental vitiligo and dic has put him on azathioprine and tricolimus cream...for the last 1.5 years... I concerned...anybody can help how i can give azathioprine to a kid...and any thing new and saffer has come up to treat this...
hi i am suffering from vitiligo for past 3 years .. i have it on my finger tips and on feet .. had on my arms to but with the help of UVBlight therapy it got over .. now my full body has turn dark and with dark patches .. i have come a crosss this glutathione injections ... r they safe to take it ? will my vitiligo incerise ? plz help
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