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Suffering from vitiligo. On meladinine, tarcolimus. What to do to stop the spreading of the disease?

I Am Suffering in vitiligo from 10 year, but when vitiligo starts then i had taken medicine by a skin speacelist such as Meladinine tablet, Riboson, And ointment Tacrolimus, my affected Area only Hand finger, And foot , But it was Control able did not spread, recently last 1 year new white spot in created on my hand, now what can i do for keep stable condition of white spot.
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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I you can follow me you may recover
Stop taking all milk and diary products
no use of mustard coconut walnut groundnut almonds soya oil
apply alive oil and olive as cooking oil
take methotrextate low wqeekly dose
% mgm twice a week
And low weekly dse of deflazacort 12 mgm in diideded dose twice a week
Apply placentrex gel on spots and sit in sun for 10 mts daily
apply diprovate on spots
bd daily
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