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Bell's Palsy Questions

Mujhe bhi saal se bell's palsy hi abhi main ki physiotherapy kara rahi hoon kya ye theek ho sakta hai.

Bell's palsy has a high rate of spontaneous recovery. Physiotherapy can help prevent muscles from permanently contracting. Oral corticosteroids r given and antiviral insome cases.
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My right side of the face is really different from the left side and my lips are pointed more on the right. It really bothers me. What should I do?

Hello lybrate-user. It usually occurs in neurolgical complaints in nerves supplying the facial muscles. You should consult and take proper check up and treatment. You can consult me at Lybrate for homoeopathic treatment.
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Sir my left side of face is going to drop from last 4 years left side is down and right side up once I search on net it shows me it is bell's palsy or facial paralysis please help me sir.

Sir my left side of face is going to drop from last 4 years left side is down and right side up once I search on net ...
Bell's palsy affrcts one side of the face- symptoms r- twitching weakness/ paralysis drooping eyelid or corner of mouth drooling excessive tearing in the eye get your self clinically chhecked.
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I am having bell palsy from last 10 months. And it has not been recovered yet properly. So what should I do? Which medicine should I take?

I am having bell palsy from last 10 months. And it has not been recovered yet properly. So what should I do? Which me...
Already 10 months passed. You should meet a Neurologist. Usually 10-15% cases have residual disability depending on the severity of attack.
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I am suffering from Bell's palsy since 7 days. What is the best treatment and doctor?

Causes: It may result when a virus, usually the herpes virus, inflames the nerve. This is the same virus that causes cold sores and genital herpes. Other viruses that have been linked to Bell's palsy include: chickenpox and shingles virus. Suggestion: With or without treatment, most individuals begin to get better within 2 weeks after the initial onset of symptoms and most recover completely, returning to normal function within 3 to 6 months. For some, however, the symptoms may last longer.
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