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Hello I'm 28 years old. I'm 30 weeks pregnant. I noticed a small patch of white skin from my second trimester of pregnancy on both my breast just under my areola. It is becoming bigger in size as days pass. Is this vitiligo? Before pregnancy I never had this. I'm afraid it will spread all over. And I'm afraid it could be vitiligo. My grandfather had vitiligo but he got it on his legs and hands at the age of 80. I don't have it anywhere else except my breast. I'm quite afraid.
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Yes this looks like vitiligo Don’t worry there are various treatment option Ranging from oral medicine to topical to surgical Don’t worry Consult a dermatologist
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Yes...but Don't worry... Specific medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription by sending more photos.
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The pics u have shared have finding towards vitiligo but other diagnosis should also ruled out. Early treatment will help in better response and decrease the risk of spreading.  So take a consultation to resolve the  issue
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