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Vitiligo Treatments

When we talk about treatment, we should know about the history of the patient whether he or she receives this disease by means of heridatry, development of autoimmune system due to infections or autoantibodies.Moreover, geographical changes effecting the color of the skin such as the darker the more possibility of this disease and the distress or severe illness can also disturb the functioning of melanocytes produces special cells like melanin cells having yellow, brown or black pigments determines to maintain the human skin color. Its' also protect the sunlight's ultraviolet rays can turn into tan color. When the skin color maintains in normal condition means normal pigmentation. In case if the pigmentation works become disturb and shows abnormalities the process of depigmentation starts.One of the most interesting in the treatment is called phototherapy through sun exposures by turning the skin color into tan for certain Vitiligo disease.However the following method are used as treatment of this diseases

Treatment By Steroid Cream:

The use of corticosteroid (steroid) cream for between four to six weeks may helps to stop the spread of the patches, and may restore your original skin colour. The Steroid cream may also shows its side effects so it should only be used for a limited time.

Treatment By Skin camouflage:

This treatment involves in applying colored creams on patient’s skin, which gives natural matching of colour to the skin, and also helps to blend white patches with the rest of skin.

Treatment By Self-tanning lotion:

Vitiligo may also cover by applying Self-tanning lotions (fake tan). Some types of these lotions can last for several days before you need to reapply them.

Light therapy (photo therapy)

In almost half of all cases of vitiligo recovers by light therapy treatment that works well and returns the original colour to the skin. During light therapy, patient’s skin is exposed to Ultraviolet A (UVA) light from a special lamp, after giving a medicine (Psoralen)
Which makes his skin more sensitive to the light. This treatment is also called as PUVA(Psoralen and Ultraviolet A light)Note: This treatment can cause cancer, therefore, it is not recommended for children or pregnant women.

Treatment By Skin Grafting

This treatment also helps to stop the white patches but it is not always successful, and has a risk of scarring. During a skin graft, a surgeon will remove a thin layer of normal skin from one area of your body and attach it to the white area.

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I am Sara Paul, student of age 19 years old and I have been suffering from leucoderma since I was 10 years old. I was quite worried about these white patches on my skin. Initially it was thought that the patches were temporary and due to a deficiency of some mineral but with time the patches started to increase and became really obvious. Then I decided to go to a doctor, took out all the medical details, used bundles and bundles of medicines but nothing certainly worked. I also went for homeopathic treatments and they gave me couple of medicines, which started having negative impacts on my skin and my skin started getting worst. I was so worried that I always used to keep thinking about it and could not concentrate on anything else and my school friends used to make fun of my white patches. They used to stay away from me because they did not wan to hang around with someone who was contaminated and had unhealthy skin.
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