could this be vitiligo. 3 year old has a discolored white patchHonorable members of the forum. kindly help.
my daughter had a small rectangular patch which i noticed when she was probably 2 or 3 months old.
It has been growing now it is a little more than an inch.
Now I notice a little 2 mm diameter circle on the inner thigh and a size of a pen point dot on the forehead.
The old patch on her hip I put a torch and looked most of the fine body hair is black.
I am planning to take her to the doctor to get a confirmation and to rule out anything serious.
I did have a couple of dental fillings in my teeth by the time I had my child.
Also my child had sleep issues used to wake up almost 5 times a night till the age of 10 months.
These days I noticed when she runs around and gets tired her heads sweats a lot. If she's tired and goes to bed the pillow gets soaked with sweat.
She is a healthy child who is creative and good memory and very good vocabulary at the age of three.
She is sometimes terrified at small noises and the dark.
I am very worried at the possibility of vitiligo.
please help !!!
baba108 on 2013-08-22
Skin things are hard to diagnose, a dr. needs to see
the actual skin in person. Wait on the Dr. to find
Recently Western medicine has discovered that Vitiligo
is the lack of an enzyme Catalase which removes
H202 from the body. They have some treatments for
that now. Homeopathy can cure this also.
[message edited by simone717 on Thu, 22 Aug 2013 19:18:48 BST]
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