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Bell's Palsy - References

Written by Dr. Kathy Jones | Medically Reviewed by dr. ramya / Dr. Sunil Shroff, MBBS, MS, FRCS (UK), D. Urol (Lond) on Apr 20, 2016
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References for Bell's Palsy

Author: Dr. Kathy Jones

Editor: Dr. Ramya

Medically checked by: Dr. Sunil Shroff

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Rhonda1971

I have had Bell's palsy for about six weeks and a couple of days ago my face was almost back together and so was my speech but now it's back to being bad again. It keeps going back and forth for the last couple days. Is this normal

siv_naresh

Hi,Am going through Bell's Palsy from last 2 days. Just want to know if I still go for my regular work outs or do i need to be at home, resting.. Or is it suggestible I join Yoga during this period.. will that help in any case???

ennairam_23

I had Bell's Palsy when I was 14. Good thing my Mom noticed that my left side of the face is paralyzed so she brought me to the doctor and had me checked. The doctor prescribed hot compress on my face and medicines that I forgot but I think there's a steroid. Since Bell's Palsy is mostly idiopathic, there really is no treatment. All that we can do is to make sure that the eye is moisturized so that it won't dry up and be infected. And wait until it gets better..

guest

I have a friend thats has bells palsy and was curious to his long lastings symptom of when he eats his eye waters constantly got and explination email me

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