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Will it be possible to cure white patches leukoderma ?

i have white patches leukoderma unable to get a perfect cure so far.. perfect cure is there in this world ? my white patches are spreading day by day on face and whole body. please help me I have to get married soon and in indian society its a curse for a girl i have white patches leukoderma unable to get a perfect cure so far.. perfect cure is there in this world ? my white patches are spreading day by day on face and whole body. please help me I have to get married soon and in indian society its a curse for a girl
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Hi
Welcome to HealthcreMagic.

There is no definitive cure for your condition.But treatments like UVB radiation with immunomodulator work in some patients.You can opt for depigmentation of the normal skin to impart uniform colour to the skin.Please consider taking Vitamin supplements regularly.Please consult a Dermatologist for further option of treatment.


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Answered: Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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