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My mothers left eyes upper eyelid is not opening for the last one month, her age is 66 years and she is also a patient of diabetes. Her ct scan and mri of brain does not show any abnormality what should we do.

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It looks like it is partial medical 3rd nerve palsy due to Diabetes resulting in drooping of eyelid. It can be cured with eye medication and good control of sugar levels over a period of time.
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One month is a precious time lost, it may be a bells palsy only when nerve supplying the upper eyelid gets compressed in the canal. It travels mostly due to a viral infection it causes this condition. Dont waste time, visit a neurologist immediately as time lost may make it permanent.
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Bells Palsy, contact the doctor for treatment
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