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Vitiligo or Fungus?

After reading some postings on Vitiligo I am now not sure whether I have Vitiligo or a fungus. I have a couple of small spots on my chin and large patches on my Genital areas. The Doctors have told me that it is Vitiligo but I am not sure that I trust this Diagnosis. It looks like a fungus that you might see growing up the side of a old wet peice of timber rotting in the bush and I feel this is more likely what this is, is there a test or some way of finding out for sure? Does the anti dandruff shampoo work and if so is there any risks associated with applying to the genital area and how should it be applied?
  jaydgreens on 2007-03-16
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Dear jaydgreens:
Vitiligo is a decoloration in the skin (one variety is in the orifices near mucoses); fungus is an skin illness. You can get more information searching in internet 'vitiligo differential diagnostic' and 'fungus differential diagnostic'.
In my opinion -you are free for believing me- if your doctor have said you have vitiligo, you have a 90% of posibilities. Allopaths have a lot of experience in diagnostic. Homeopaths have a lot of experience in symptoms.
Best regards
andres last decade

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