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White patch above eyebrow, vitiligo, Mometasone furoate(Elomat Cream), Tacrolimus ointment

my daughter 4+ has a patch of whitish on her upper eyebrow . The skin specialist told me that the child has got vitiligo and prescribed the following ointments. Mometasone furoate(Elomat Cream) in the morning and Tacrolimus ointment 0.03% in the night. Also folic acid on aulternate days. After two weeks I see very little improvement.
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon 's  Response
dear hello. sorry to hear that your 4 yrs daughter got vitiligo . the disease will not respond in 2 weeks. this is very small time . so keep your medication on and do not loose hope. look out for new patches of white colour coming elsewhere on the body and make a chart of the change is size of existing patch. If the patch remains stationary for more than 6 months and no new patch comes, then even if the patch has not changed, melanocyte transfer and cure for patch can be done by plastic surgery. so no need to worry and be optimistic. bye.
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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