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Suffering from vitiligo, weakness. What is the treatment?

sir i am suffering from vitiligo from 2006 and also one problem that is weakness after defecation , sir both problems were start at the same time, when i take chyawanprash at morning i doesn t feel weak after defecation but the vitiligo goes on increaseing but as i stops taking chyawanprash and start any treatment for vitiligo , it shows colour on white patches , sir i want any combined treatment for both problem. please give me advice .
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Vitiligo is a chronic depigmentory disease. You avoid vitamin C containing product and food. You take Tab neosoralen 25 mg daily morning,Apply Whitecare lotion thrice day and expose to sun for 10 min. after application at 12 noon.. And take tab dulcolax 10 mg daily at night for constipation. ..till you get good result. OK
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