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No: Since we don't know what is causing it, there is no permanent solution. UVB-NB phototherapy may help in some cases. ...Read more
Vitiligo: Thyroid dysfunction is often caused by an auto- immune disorder called hashimotos disease. It causes inflammation and often hypothyroidism. Vitiligo is also an auto- immune disorder affecting skin pigment. Many autoimmune disorders travel together so one may have both conditions. ...Read more
My son has vitiligo skin pigmentation , he got a big white spot on his hest, and he is swimming alot, but now there is brown small spot in that area?
Vitiligo? : Possibly not vitiligo but rather tinea versicolor, a chronic, low-grade fungal infection of the skin that presents as well-delineated patches that may have a fine scale; can be white or tan. Chlorine in pool water might temporarily resolve some of the fungus & allow the skin to tan. Fp can check diagnosis with skin scraping for fungus &/or black light (causes fungus to fluoresce yellow-green color. ...Read more
Can i take the Vigra pills (Suhagra 25mg) when i am already taking the below pills for VITILIGO (Skin disease)
Yes: You can take it but no at the same time. ...Read more
Vitiligo: Vitilgo is an auto immune disorder where your bodys immune cells attack the dark pigment cells in your skin. It coccurs in all kinds of people, but looks the worst in people with dark skin, since the vitiligostands out against the darker regular skin background.. There is no cure, and treatment is difficult. Darker spots on the skin is the opposite of vitiligo, and can occur from a burn or injury. ...Read more
Can RA factor become +ve due to some other auto immune disease such as vitiligo , a skin prob ? Or should I accept that I have rheumatoid arthritis?
My daughter has been diagnosed with ? Mosaicism of the skin ? Segmental vitiligo , how do we differentiate it ?
Mosaicism in a girl : Means she developed from a single fertilized egg but has 2 or > sets of genes from either crossover during mitosis, mutation of a gene or chromosome or inactivation of an x chr. Clinical genetic evaluation , chromosomal microarray ; skin biopsy help diagnose. Hyper- or hypo- pigmented areas are usually streaks that follow lines of blashko, invisible in most of us, but can be whorls/swirls. ...Read more
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