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    Default Does this look like vitiligo or something else?

    ]Hi everyone I'm wondering if those of you who are familiar with skin conditions can give me some opinions in this.

    I'm a 24 year old white male with no other health problems.
    For the past 2 years I've had multiple patches of skin that are white..They dont go away. The ones on my leg itch like crazy sometimes. It does seem they are increasing slowly over the years in size/number.

    I have them on several places on my lower body I'll put up a few pictures.
    If there is anything else you'd like to know let me know!
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    **Rakesh Dholakia** Male

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    I have seen all the images that you have attached and came to a conclusion that these are the patches of vitiligo. I will recommend you to look for a dermatologist in your area or else you can take homeopathic treatment online from Dr. Rajesh Shah at Life Force Homeopathy Center. It will help to reduce the white patches from your body and you will get the relief from that itchiness. Don't try any other cosmetic creams on those patches, it can make it worse.

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    **Leunam** Male

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    Apparently when you spend some time at the Dead Sea in Israel, it brings relief for vertiligo and other skin conditions.


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