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I’m wondering what other conditions people got after being diagnosed with vitiligo. Or before for that matter. I’ve seen some discussions of psoriasis. What other conditions did you get? Did they come before or after the vitiligo?
I was just diagnosed with V last week after having the pigmentation problem for a probably 5 or so years. Earlier this year, I requested a full thyroid panel because I was experiencing hypothyroid-esque symptoms. The only thing to come back abnormal (and it was very mild) was my T3. It was low. Therefore, they diagnosed me with Euthyroid Sick Syndrome. I’ve been taking 10mcg of Cytomel and have since felt better
Fast forward to this last week. The Dermatologist (first one I’ve ever seen) tells… read more
Yes I have been told the same thing . I have Hashimotos and Vitiligo both - both are autoimmune disorders. Most doctors are matter of fact about both - Synthroid helps but doesn’t stop what is causing… read more
Thank you for this information. I am tight with cash but it doesn't seems too expensive, definitely making an appointment with dermatologist to check this up maybe I can apply it around my lips… read more
I want to ask that should I go for COVID-19 vaccination ? My main concern is that the vaccine will make the immune system more enhanced to fight against corona virus so I think it will also effect Vitiligo
Hi, I’ve been told over the years not to use hair dye that contains hydrogen peroxide but at my last visit to my Derm (who happens to specialize in oncology) he said I could go ahead and have it done with any hair dye. What’s the latest science? Thank you all.
Michael, I’ll bet you look great. The deposit color really does cover fairly well, but I’d like a less expensive option. This color costs more than permanent or semi permanent color. I’m up to 50%… read more
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