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Suffering with vitiligo, spots appearing on legs, taking melgain and tacrolimus ointment. How can I prevent spreading it further?

vitilogo came for me wen i was 10 years old.now i am 25 years.,female.i had only 3 spots on legs.now in lips also coming.i am taking both melgain and tacrolimus oinment. in lips came only 5 months ago. i want full treatment on lips. i dont want to spread on any other part of the body.please give me remedy.i am losing confidence.shall i expose the affeced areas on morning sunlight. iam applying melgain oinment during night and tacrolimus during day.i hav daughter. wil it come for my daughter also.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
IF YOU CAN FOLLOW MY EPERIECE I THINK YOU CAN GAIN CONFIDENCE AGAIN
THESE THINGS OCCURS WITH MILK POTATO WHEAT AND CHANA RICE EGG
GET BLOOD SERUM TESTED FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR THESE PRODUCTS
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TILL YOU POST TEST RESULTS
STOPALL MILK AND DIARY PRODUCTS
NO MUSTARD COCONUT ALMONDS GROUNDNUT AND SOYA OIL
OLIVE TO APPLY AND OLIVE TO COOK NO OINTMENTS SOAP CREAMS AND SHAMPOO CONTAING MILK AND NUTS

TAKE TAB METHOTREXTATE TAB 2.5 MGM ONCE WEEKLY DOSE
APPLY LIQUID PARAFIN MIXED WITH 6 TAB BETNESOL ON EFFECTED PORTION MOPRNING EVENING
PLACENTREX GEL MIXED WITHDIPROVATE IN AFTERNOON AND EXPOSETO SUNLIGHT FOR 10 MTS
ASK AFTER RESULTS
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