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Suffering from Vitiligo. Patches Spreading. Can I do tattooing?

sir, i am ramya from bangalore. i am suffering from vitiligo from past 9 years. i just had 2 very tiny patches on my left wrist . but from past 3 years its increased to some more patches on my feet , waist line, elbow . its not spreaded though from past a 2 years. i have tried all kind of medication , not satisfying result. please suggest me what should i do now? i heard of tatooing, can i go for that . i am 26 year old and not married for the same reason. please advise me . thank you
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response you said your vitiligo is called as stable vitiligo.try this medication first.use trimop forte tablets in the morning,vitilo lotion at 11 am and expose to sun for atleast 15 minutes and wash off and use a steriod cream in the night.use levamisole 150 mg twicae aweek for one year.if no response go for narrow band uv can also for melanocyte culture.tattoing cures the vitiligo temperorly only
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