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Suffering from vitiligo disease. Taking medication, healing slowly. Diet to follow for fast recovery?

hey i have vitiligo disease of white spots on my skin............ My doctor have given me OCtamop lotion with eu de cologne ..... along with T-top ointment and one more oinment with tonoferon syrup.... my white sports r going but very slowly. I hate vegetable and i dont eat it ... Do eating veggies gonna heal this disease faster or what should i eat to get that spots out of my skin
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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Hi Avneesh,
The treatment as well as response in vitiligo depends on the extent, number and progression of the lesion.Your doctor has prescribed standard medicines for vitiligo. As you said that your white spots are going, so it means that your doctor's prescription is working for you. Vitiligo lesions take time to respond and not necessarily each and every lesion will respond. Having said this, i would also like to emphasise, there are other oral, topical medicines as well as light based therapies to treat vitiligo. Once maximum reponse is achieved with above mentioned therapies, remaining lesions or refractory lesions can be taken for vitiligo surgery and it really yields very good results. Not eating vegetables as such might not have any effect on vitiligo, howver it might have an effect on general health. There are some studies that say, omega 3 fatty acids, onions, apples, mushrooms have a beneficial effect in vitiligo. You can check this link Take care.
Answered: Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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