Vitiligo Repigmentation Proof
“Never let life’s hardships disturb you … no one can avoid problems, not even saints or sages.“Nichiren Daishonen
A couple of months ago I began searching the internet for vitiligo success stories when I came across one that showed me that I was on the right track with my experiment.
Ilana is from Sweden and has been dealing with vitiligo, alopecia, and psoriasis. Her site describes how she stuck with a regiment of taking B12, Folic Acid, and tanning her skin, to re-pigment her skin. What I enjoyed most was the fact that she showed before and after photo’s which clearly show a 90% success in re-pigmentation.
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when I read all these posts I then started to try the simple method of B12 and Folic acid and some sunshine here in London. I am currently on homeopath pills from Dr Shah, I’ve been on them a year now and I started taking B12 and folic and ’sun’ since 6 months ago. Since then I haven’t noticed a new spot anywhere which is amazing because I normally have a new one show itself once – twice a year. Also the other good news is that I have seen some repigmentation in some areas, they come out as little frickles and grown bigger. However, a little bit of sun is needed for the repigmentation from my exeprience because I only noticed repigment spots after I spent time in the sun. Now that we are in winter season, there is no warm sun but all I can do is keep on taking the B12 and folic and hopefully it stays the way it is – no news white spots!
I am on the hunt for the B12 with methylcobalamin but cannot seem to find it anywhere, would anyone know where in the UK I can get this one?
Thanks in advance
From Vitiligo Cures From Around The World, 2008/11/04 at 6:08 AM
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Hi I am from the west indies. I am reading all the comments and am wondering which one i should use. I burn easily in the sun sothat is not going to work for me. It would be nice if we could have the dosage of the different vitamins. I have had vitiligo since 1992 and it has spread to almost all over my body . the most that I worry about is on my face and neck. Fort people of the West Indies what can you recommend. I have spent so much money and something less expensive would be nice
From Vitiligo Cures From Around The World, 2008/11/01 at 8:32 PM
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I have vitiligo for 40 years. Any help? I tried every thing
From Vitiligo Cures From Around The World, 2008/10/23 at 4:03 PM
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Hi, Suki I don’t know where you live, but If I were you I would leave him. It is sad in most undeveloped nations and mostly Muslim they consider vitiligo “God Curse” but actually it is nothing more than pagment disorder. Believe it or not, I am sure we would soon find cure but in the meantime no one is perfect. When I look to my vitiligo it makes me sad and depressed but I do’nt let it bother me too much because I always look at people who are in worst circumastance than us. Your Husband is stupid damn. Why is he so sick-minded. I have vitiligo, but my wife loves even more.
My advise best on my vitiligo experience, as every individual is unique, do’nt let it bother you, the more you are stressed the more your vitiligo will irritate. There is a correlation between stress and vitiligo. Also, I am not trying any medicin at all, I believe most of the time when I try something it spreads my vitiligo even more. I tried Marry Clinc’s Vitilax not only didn’t work but spear even more patches on my hands. Bottomline, be positive, keep excersis and remember we do’t judge books by its cover but by its contenents.
From Vitiligo Cures From Around The World, 2008/10/15 at 1:53 PM
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Hi, Suki. I agree with Elizabeth. A person should not stop loving you just because you have skin imperfection (that’s TOO SHALLOW!!!). I have vitiligo (runs in my family) since I was three years old. You should not be scared or frantic about your condition…it actually defines your uniqueness as a person (at least that’s how I feel about myself). I’ve taken Dr. Li’s Vitilax and they somewhat worked; I did not do a refill since it’s quite expensive and not covered by health insurance, but continued on taking vitamins (B-12, folic and C). I take the methyl form of B-12 v. the more common cyano form. It’s a bit pricey but it seems to be more effective in my progress (I take 3,000 mcg daily). About 50% of my face was covered with vitiligo (I am Asian, so my V’s are more transparent) before I started the regimen. I use DermaBlend for cover-up since I was 15; I also read about DY-O-Derm but never tried it. Elizabeth says it all, you will find wonderful people who will truly love you and will look beyond your appearance. If I were you, I’ll tell your husband to look in the mirror and check if he thinks he has a perfect image before he even criticizes you…he should be ASHAME of himself for acting so ignorant! You stay positive and be true to yourself about who you are, not how you look like…because then, people will see you how you see yourself Take care!
From Vitiligo Cures From Around The World, 2008/10/15 at 11:13 AM
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Hi Suki, I can totally understand where you are coming from. I know it is horrible to be going through a situationat a young age. I am 21 years old and I am very aware of my appearance and for a while I was very scared that no one would come to ever “love” me but I have met wonderful people who look beyond your appearance and make you feel like nothing is wrong with your skin. If your husband cannot see what he has infront of him and he says he doesn’t love you anymore than I would say that he is not worth you stressing. There is no cure yet unfortunately but you should seek into phototherapy treatment…a small patch of pigmentation is a lot better than nothing at all….good luck and stay positive.
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