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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello!
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i helpyou
User :   I need some help from you
User :   For the past 6 years I'm not eating any food made up of tamarind, tomato, lemon and not eating any fruits like orange, mosambi or amla because of a suggestion from a doctor from my native as diet for vitiligo. Will there be any problem due to this? What will happen if I continue this diet?
Doctor :   There are no such implications in allopathy
Doctor :   But if you are trustful enough in your form of medicine you can continue
User :   Will there be any problem due to this? What will happen if I continue this diet?
User :   Will there be any side-effect?
Doctor :   The foods that you are not taking have Vit min C
User :   ok
Doctor :   If you are deficient enough to get symptoms
Doctor :   for anemia and bone problems
Doctor :   bleeding gums
Doctor :   etc
User :   oh....
User :   Actually this was suggested by an alopathy doctor only....
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   I have little idea about dietary restrictions in Vitiligo
Doctor :   and dermatologists done advice such
User :   so I have to do any tests to make sure that I dont have any shortage of Vitamin C, as I'm not eating these food for the past 6 years
Doctor :   dont advice any restrictions
Doctor :   No worries
Doctor :   Many foods contain Vit amin C so you must be eating them
Doctor :   like green leafy vegetable
User :   OK
Doctor :   Check the list for Vit C diet
Doctor :
User :   OK
Doctor :   If you have any diet related queries an
Doctor :   dietician
Doctor :   advise
Doctor :   at that link
Doctor :   and your present query about the diet in Vitiligo
Doctor :   Ok
User :   Yes Doctor. Thank you very much for your help
Doctor :   Thanks for consult, bye
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