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Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis vitamin e

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Can I take vitamin C (500 mg/day) and high gamma vitamin E (400 IU/day) at Noon every day. I take my other meds (see below) in am and pm. ...

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Vitamin E which i saw some of the dangers of taking this one. could you please tell me your opinion ... am looking to see what kinds of vitamins a woman my age should be taking when I looked it up ...

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hello doctors, could you please recommend vitamin 400 iu softpills available in India? Thanks! ...

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hi im 15weeks now it is still safe that i can continue to take my vitamin E? ...

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Hi , I have been diagnosed with a fatty liver and have been prescribed with a Vitamin E tablet, Is that the only medicine i need? ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Hello I have Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis and want to know what I can do to treat it, get it removed etc. I m a beautiful 43 year old woman with legs that were so beautiful and since this disease ...

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Hello doctor.. my mother is suffering from idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis. We have recently consulted to dermetelogist... but still i want to answer of some of my questions.. my mother is having white ...

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Yes. Good afternoon. I have the skin condition ideopathic guttate hypermelanosis. I have spoken with a dermatologist about it as well as read several articles about it. Can you recommend any organic product that can be used to improve this skin...

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Good Morning Sir, Its a great filling while finding such a website..today i discovered what type of skin disease occur on my skin...Its scientific name is Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis. Is there any ...

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online and it looks like vitiligo or idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis . I am scared that it is vitiligo ...

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I am pretty certain that I have Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis. and light brown spots ar coupled with it, almost like dozens of YYYY@YYYY . Mostly legs but some on upper thighs as well. I have spent ...

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Hello sir my father having white spot on his body.Doctors told them that you have Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis . They given some medicine them and liquid to apply on that spot and give them sun ...

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to check whether they were sprading or not. Another doctor told me it may be idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis, and not spreading type and prescribed same steroid cream for two months and cream placentex ...

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hello sir i have a white spots on my chest which is 1mm to5mm this came last one month after may to July between and i have a doubt that is it identify guttate hypomelanosis or vitiligo one spot ...

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hello doctor , i am 19 year old female suffering from acne problem..i have recently started with a daily intake of 400mg vitamin e capsule(evion), 1 bicasule capsule and one limcee...is it okay? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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Apply clear z cream. It is having hydroquinone, isotretinoin and triamcinolone. It is having excellent effects on hypomelanosis. Also get done melatonin level. If low then you need supplements. Please hit thanks.

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** 1. White patches could be because of: Leucoderma (autoimmune condition) OR Pityriasis Versicolor (fungal infection) OR Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis (normal age related harmless change) 2. Consult with your Primary Care Doctor OR Dermatologist regarding these possibilities for further line of treatment and management.