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However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable.

However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable.

However, it is often a slight weakness of part of the face and hardly noticeable. I am going to write a new post in a few days after i see how things will change after some few twitches an strange things happening to my face, but just in regard to the first person that created this thread, i wanted to add this. Bell’s palsy isn’t contagious, so no one can catch it from you. Once there is damage in the myelin, there is a disruption in the sending of messages coming from and going to the brain, and this leads to paralysis. You may want to use drops during the day and ointment at night while you sleep. Recent studies have shown that steroids are an effective treatment for Bell’s palsy and that an antiviral drug such as acyclovir – used to fight viral infections – combined with an anti-inflammatory drug such as the steroid prednisone – used to reduce inflammation and swelling – may be effective in improving facial function by limiting or reducing damage to the nerve. A dry eye can lead to sores and serious vision problems.

It is effective in improving facial function by limiting or reducing damage to the nerve. Medicine and eye care are important in treating Bell’s palsy. Birth trauma: for example caused by forceps or facial presentation delivery. Bacterial causes such as Lyme disease or following a middle ear infection Traumatic injury such as fractures to the brain, skull or face. David had heard of Bell’s palsy before, and suspected it might be the cause of his disfigurement. Weakness of the facewhich is usually one-sided. Time is of the essence.

Most people who have Bell’s palsy recover completely, without treatment, in 1 to 2 months.footnote 1 This is especially true for people who can still partly move their facial muscles. If your eye does become red and sore it may be infected, so see your GP to check if you need antibiotic drops. Indigestion. The doctor will want to know how long it took for your symptoms to show up, if you were sick or injured before they came on, and if you have other problems like weakness in other parts of your body. Eye care may include eye drops during the day, ointment at bedtime, or a moisture chamber at night. Federation of voluntary health organizations dedicated to helping people with rare “orphan” diseases and assisting the organizations that serve them. A stroke will usually cause a few additional symptoms such as numbness or weakness in the arms and legs.

Stroke prevention and follow-up is recommended. August 21, 2006 pNA. Wish I’d just let it be. We are not completely certain what the cause of Bell’s palsy is. Bell’s palsy usually shows up about 1 to 2 weeks after a viral infection. Researchers suspect the nerve inflammation that causes Bell’s palsy is often triggered by an infection with a virus, such as herpes simplex. What is the outlook for recovery?

They believe that the facial nerve swells and becomes inflamed in reaction to the infection, causing pressure within the Fallopian canal and leading to an infarction (the death of nerve cells due to insufficient blood and oxygen supply). It is complex and not worth losing time explaining these details. Additional information is obtained and this test can be called ‘visual ENOG’. Is anyone aware of any studies or treatment protocol that links the two illnesses? The cause of Bell’s palsy is not clear. That is when they diagnosed me with Bell’s Palsy.