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White patches on face, vitaligo?

I am writing regarding my sister. She is 21 at the end of this month. When she was
approximatley 14 or 15 she started to get sort of white patches on her eyelids. She's had them ever since. She went to see a dermatoligist, who said that it was vitaligo, but I am unsure about this diagnosis because i thought vitaligo was pink patches.
Anyway since about 14/15 she has had a patch in her armpit, which went away by itself. More recently she has started to get patches on her neck, near her ear on the top part of her cheeks just where your eyebags are. I've read somewhere that it can be caused by a problem in your body if you can't absorb vitamin b from food.

Anyway I would really reall appreciate any help regarding this.

Many many thanks.
  Midwhori on 2008-03-14
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thought i should add that she is very healthy otherwise, very rarely even gets a cold.
Midwhori last decade
Any help, please anybody?????
Midwhori last decade
hai sweety! i have the same problem as like your sister.now i m 22 this prb start at 14. i consult doctors they give lots of cream but useless.i sure this is not vitaligo.this some kind of puberty problem (hormone) or if she take any cream for her ache that what i think.i too ask this questions to this forums but no reply.you can see my question it on 21 feb 08.i came to conclusion.that we need to became white that only way to hide this patches.now i found the way to became have white skin.please tell about the skin texture of your sister than i can help your sister to become with white skin by natural source . we can talk later about this after your reply
lving last decade

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