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Is vitiligo vulgaris treatable..Does it stops from spreading?

Is vitiligo vulgaris treatable..Does it stops from spreading?

Treatment options...: Medical treatment for vitiligo isn't always needed. Sometimes, skin color returns without treatment. For others, using sunscreen and applying cosmetic camouflage cream may improve the appearance of the skin. For light-skinned persons, avoiding tanning can make the areas almost unnoticeable. Medical therapies include steroids, immunomodulator drugs, ultraviolet light (puva, uvb), skin lightening... ...Read more

Dr. Ayyaz Shah
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Vitiligo (Definition)

Vitiligo is an autoimmune condition in which affected individuals have hypopigmented ...Read more


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Is vittiligo really treatable? What does the medication do?

Yes it is treatable: There are several treatments available for vitiligo which will help stimulate the pigment to come back. However treatments cannot necessarily prevent new areas of vitiligo. ...Read more

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Is vittiligo actually treatable?

Yes: This is a tough disease, but some people respond to treatments such as topical steroids, Protopic ointment, phototherapy, and excimer laser. You should be evaluated for other autoimmune diseases as they can often go together. See a dermatologist. ...Read more

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What is the best way to treat vitiligo?

What is the best way to treat vitiligo?

Lasers: Now, to many physicians are using lasers treatment with some good improvement of skin color. And as per patients they are very happy with that possibility to look better and feel better. ...Read more

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What can I do to treat my vitiligo?

Dermatologist: A dermatologist can examine you and depending on the extent of the vitiligo can offer different types of treatment. See one in your area. ...Read more

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What is the cheapest / most effective way to treat vitiligo?

Vitiligo: Phototherapy, a medical procedure in which your skin is carefully exposed to ultraviolet light. A dermatologist performs this treatment. Medicines applied to the skin, such as: corticosteroid creams or ointments, immunosuppressant creams or ointments, such as pimecrolimus (e), methoxsalen, skin graft, and lastly, several cover-up makeups or skin dyes can mask vitiligo. ...Read more

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Can you treat vitiligo with oral corticosteroids?

Can you treat vitiligo with oral corticosteroids?

Vitiligo: Please go online and look up "vitiligo and steroids". There is no simple answer but you will recognize where the vitiligo is and how steroids may or may not be involved. Once you have understood much of the material please discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more