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White spots on foot. Prescribed flutuvate. Is it curable?

hello doctor my daughter has white spots in her foots and legs,my daughters age is 9yrs.she has these spots from last 2 years.and we use so many the doctors prescribed flutuvate-e it curable for works but not proper because we notice many times old spots are gone and the newers come out on skin.will you please give me some suggestion about this.that will be your greatness.thanks you.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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the white spot look like vitiligo .
it is very complicated condition ,no one can predict which one will heal or come .
but there is advance treatment is there for it .
be patience ,give time to her skin to response ,it may take 8-12 month to have good result
flutivate e is good cream will give result ,if it fail than phototherapy will be option
excimer laser also give good result.
let your dermatologist to decide which one is better
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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