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Albinism

Treatment of Albinism

  • Homeopathic Treatment of Albinism
  • Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Albinism
  • Psychotherapy Treatment of Albinism
  • Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Albinism
  • Surgical Treatment of Albinism
  • Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Albinism
  • Other Treatment of Albinism

What is Albinism

Symptoms of Albinism

Causes of Albinism

Risk factors of Albinism

Complications of Albinism

Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Albinism

Precautions & Prevention of Albinism

Treatment of Albinism

Homeopathic Treatment of Albinism

Homeopathic medicines stimulate the Melanocyte function to be able to produce body’s own normal Melanin pigment. . After starting the treatment the skin starts becoming pink, turns brown thereafter and starts repigmenting slowly. The duration and success of treatment depends on extend of the patches and the duration of the illness. Some common homeopathic medicines for albinism are:

  • Ars S F
  • Kali C
  • Sepia
  • Acid Fl
  • Mica

What is Albinism

Albinism is a form of congenital hypopigmentary disorder, characterized by a lack of pigment in the eyes, skin and hair. It is not an infectious disease and cannot be transmitted through contact, blood transfusions, etc.

Symptoms of Albinism

  • Hair color can range from very white to brown.
  • Milky white skin

Causes of Albinism

  • mutation in one of several genes

Risk factors of Albinism

  • Children of parents who have albinism
  • Children of parents, who do not have albinism, but carry the altered genes that cause this disorder
  • A positive family history for albinism in a sibling or other relative

Complications of Albinism

  • Sunburn
  • Skin cancer
  • Teasing or questions regarding their appearance

 Diagnosis of Albinism

Your doctor may also diagnose the condition based on the appearance of your skin, hair, and eyes. An ophthalmologist should perform a electroretinogram test, which can reveal vision problems related to albinism. A visual evoked potentials test can be very useful when the diagnosis is uncertain.

Precautions & Prevention of Albinism

Albinism is inherited, so genetic counseling is important. People with a family history of albinism or hypopigmentation should consider genetic counseling.

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