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Vitiligo. Taking dicaris, antoxide, carbola. Heaviness, vomiting, hair fall, depression after taking medication. What is the reason?

Respected Doctor, I ma 37-F,Indian, who is under the medication for Vitiligo . I m using the these drugs; Dicaris 150mg,Antoxide and Carbola for the past 2 months. But after taking these medications , especially Dicaris-150mg, im experincing heavinsess and vomiting sensation along with hair fall and change of my mood which is more similar to that of depression . Vitiligo was the starting stage for me and after taking these tablets it subsided. Im worried what to do. Please give your valuable advises. Help me out from this situation please.Thankyou.
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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Welcome to healthcare Magic!
Vitiligo is an autoimmune disease leading to patchy depigmentation and is often progressive. There are some medicines which give stuttering response but no cure. Disease comes back almost universally.
The drugs you are taking bear many side effects and are obviously not fitting you. You can discontinue the drugs.
You can use the camouflage application to cover the patches according to your skin color and tone, which is without side effects.
I hope the advise would be informative and useful for you.
Take Care!
Answered: Tue, 3 Sep 2013
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