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There are many websites that offer herbal medicine for vitiligo that guaranteed 100% cure or even offer refund if it doesn't work. Are they for real?
Vitiligo: Each patient responds differently to therapy, and a particular treatment may not work for everyone. Current treatment options for vitiligo include medication, surgery, and adjunctive therapies (used along with surgical or medical treatments). I really doubt that herbal therapy is 100% effective. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
You need a doctor: To prescribe medicines anyway, so why not see a specialist who can examine and make the appropriate recommendations and write the prescriptions. Btw, no magic medicine(s) exist to deal with loss of pigment cells in the skin (leukoderma or vitiligo). There are things that can help. See a dermatologist, who can give you proper advice. ...Read more
Hello, I am suffering from vitiligo from 5 years. My doctor has prescribed me vitilex-150. Can I take this medicine?
Save your money: Whether it is chinese herbs or levamasole, you are wasting your money. Medical treatment of small areas of vitiligo with super-potent topical steroid sometimes is effective. Clobetasol cream, ointment, or gel is often worth a try. Vitiligo is an autoimmune disorder, sometimes paired with other autoimmune events, most often thyroid disease. Most people learn to live with it. Protect from sun as p ...Read more
Hi i m Ayesha i m suffering from vitiligo since two years plz suggest me some medicine n ointments. i m breastfeeding my child?
How extensive?: Details matter. See a dermatologist. There is increased risk of other autoimmune disorders, especially Hashimoto thyroiditis. Easiest approach is to relax and prepare to explain to others that it is not contagious nor due to anything you can control. You can use fake tan to darken the pale areas. ...Read more