Most vitiligo patients are cared about treatment effect after treatment. Different vitiligo patients have different condition. Some patients get vitiligo just for several months, and they check it timely and treat it professionally. Therefore, their vitiligo may recover quite fast and treatment effect is obvious. But some patients’ vitiligo are of a long time, even decades years, and their vitiligo has spread to all of the body. The treatment effect may a little slowly. So, will the duration their vitiligo really affect the treatment effect? And is the influence big or not?
First, we are sure that vitiligo duration will affect treatment effect. Generally speaking,the shorter you get vitiligo, the better the effect. The longer you get vitiligo, the worse the effect. Clinical researches indicate that if your vitiligo course is short, the melanophore has not been destroyed completely. There are still inactive melanin at hair follicles positions. But if your vitiligo course is long, the melanin will be destroyed completely, just rely on non-functioning and inactive melanophore to proliferate is comparatively difficult. Just rely on medicines treatment is hard to be cured.
Apart from vitiligo course, there are still many factors affecting treatment effect. Proper treatment measures and good coordination also will affect effect. Therefore, vitiligo patients should go to professional vitiligo hospitals, and experienced doctors will apply proper treatment methods according to patients’ disease degree. At the same time, vitiligo patients should do well in health care, adjust their attitude, build up confidence and patience. Positively cooperate with doctors’ treatment and decrease mental pressure.
If you want a further knowledge about vitiligo causes, you can send your own problem to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you a professional solution. After all, the symptoms are similar, but the real conditions are different.To cure this illness,we need to find the authentic pathogenesis according to different conditions of different patients.