Vitiligo is associated with three other autoimmune diseases: Addison's disease, Hyperthyroidism, Pernicious anemia. Flat areas of normal-feeling skin without any pigment appear suddenly or gradually. These areas have a darker border. The edges are well defined but irregular. Vitiligo most often affects the face, elbows and knees, hands and feet, and genits. It affects both sides of the body equally. Vitiligo is more noticeable in darker-skinned people because of the contrast of white patches against dark skin.
In homoeopathy medicine like ASF, Acid Nit, Sumbol are used for the treatment. The proper analysis of the case with the qualified homoeopathic physician will give the better results.
Vitiligo is difficult to treat. The course of vitiligo varies and is unpredictable. Some areas may regain normal pigment (coloring), but other new areas of pigment loss may appear. Skin that is repigmented may be slightly lighter or darker than the surrounding skin. Pigment loss may get worse over time.