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Vitiligo to normal skin
It's been 5 years now of Vitiligo in my brother. It is stable since a year. Can it be back to normal skin within 2 months? Via surgery or anything? If not this how to bring back normal skin very fast? Please help me. My brother is stressed to go to his new college in hyderabad. Thank you.
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Don't worry...it can be cleared completely... Specific medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription by sending photos.
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Once vitiligo patches are stabilized, repigmentation may take a bit longer time Kindly do not get stressed over time frame, you may end up flaring the disease Kindly consult for detailed discussion regarding your concerns
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Stable is a good sign. Consult online for proper assessment and treatment
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Consult online
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Hello You need to share pictures and more details about past treatment as that would decide the line of treatment whether surgical or cosmetic. Early treatment and faster results are unpredictable
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Consult me via practo pro to get knowire about treatment options
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