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Segmental vitiligo
I have vitiligo from last 20 years. I have a family history for this disease. There are few patches only on my left leg below knee and they were stable but I had suffered from Tuberculosis 3 years ago after which some new patches were formed but now it is stable. I am taking a homepathy treatment from last 2 years medicine like ammi visnaga and vitilise but the recovery is very slow and also apply Melgain lotion from last 4 months but not able to see any result. Kindly suggest what should i do?
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Vitiligo is an autoimmune disorder and should be treated with care , in homeopathy we don't have readymade medicine but only on individual basis http://raviclinic.com/individualisation_in_homeopathy.html If you wish we can provide online treatment, but before that please visit our website in detail.
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Vitiligo is autoimmune disease thus have sypjhilitic miasm in it's background. So by proper case taking must be done to get antisyphilitic remedy for you. So consult homopath. Can take syphilinum 200 one dose monthly as antimiasmatic remedy.
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Constitutional treatment is best . No specific medicine . Go to a homoeopath for personal consult.
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As there is a family history of vitiligo...you need a medicine which will be a deeper acting remedy...ammi visnega will not work as its a material concentrated dose..which works only superficial...a potentised highly diluted medicine will only penentrate through deeper tissue level of yours and will evoke a favorable reaction to ur depigmented patch...you need to consult a homoeopath who has a knowledge of mineral kingdom / remedy and metals...
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Your location of vitiligo patches suggest the remedy for its cure. Also the history of TB helps in treating it to the best.
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Consult at practo direct chat for prescription. There are series of medicines required in varying potencies over a period of 5-6 months.
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Take probiotic foods
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Vitiligo is an auto immune disease so u have to be very careful while taking any treatment and follow strict diet . As far as homoeopathic medicine is concerned please opt for constitutional treatment so that u recover from vitiligo properly without any recurrence or side effects . You can get your serum Vitamin D levels checked simultaneously
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visit a qualified homoeopathic consultant and ask him to access your case properly and take the correct medicine after evaluation
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TAKE HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES. Begin with Tuberculinum 1M. 4 powders - 4 months. One full powder - Take at night at bedtime before going to bed. Keep on tongue and swallow. Take every month once at night and repeat for 4 months. Arsenicum sulph flavum 30. 4 pills -- 3 times daily -- 4 months. Chew pills. Take pills regularly.
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vitiligo is a disorder which needs to be treated considering whole of your case applying  superficial acting medicines won't help much root cause needs to be cured from within homoeopathy has very good results you may consult for the same
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Take Acid nitrate 200          Arsenic sulphur 200 10 drop tds in 1\2 glass of water for 3 month
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