Vitiligo And Zempred 16mg

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pk Says:
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My son of 11 years has been taking zempred 16mg twice a week for 3 months. Earlier on he took it for 18 months at dosages of 16mg, 8mg and 4mg; but when the dr stopped prescribing it, the white spots started spreading. How can my son be cured?



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Bonica Sethi Says:
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I hv been prescribed this medicine too for vitiligo... not sure whether to hv it or not after reading ur reviews!!!!

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mp Says:

Mr. PK , I am not aware which city you live, however if you are at Kolkata, please try to book appointment with Dr. Samiran Dhar @ Madox Square, Ballygunge, Kolkata. He is a pediatric dermatologist and I have seen excellent results through his treatment for Kids. He prescribes "Immune Suppressive" medicines like Psorid 50 mg, Immonaral etc. and those works wonder with UV therapy....but please do not take these medicines without consulting a dermatologist. I wish speedy recover of your Son and let me tell you there is cure for Vitiligo....do not lose hope.

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