Bell's palsy or Facial Paralysis occurs on one side of the face as a result of an inflamed seventh cranial (facial) nerve; generally lasts only 2 to 8 weeks but may last longer in older individuals. The cause is still UNKNOWN; possible viral link.
She has never had bells palsy
The Facial Nerve is damaged in Bells Palsy
No, HPV is not associated with Bell's palsy.
HPV is not associated with Bell's palsy.
No. Bells Palsy is not a directly communicable disease. It may be caused by a virus, but the effect is not direct.
Genital herpes does not cause Bell's Palsy. Bells palsy may be associated with orofacial herpes or with lyme disease, as well as pregnancy.
No, he has Bells Palsy
Bell's palsy is not contagious, and no special precautions should be taken.
If a tumor is causing the nerve weakness, then it's not Bell's Palsy.Yes.
Avoiding Cereal Grain has not been proven to improve bells palsy. However b12 injections or tablets may help improve bells palsy it works on the neurolgical system.
not properly the can smile on one side
Bells' Palsy.. ...
It is unlikely. Bell's Palsy really only affects the trigeminal and/or facial nerves of the face.
If you have Bell's palsy, you should consult your rheumatologist regarding the wisdom of taking Embrel. It may be safe, or not, depending on the likely underlying cause of the palsy.
Cerebral palsy is not an inherited condition. It is a result of an in jury or change that occurs in the developing brain either before or during birth.
No; Bell's Palsy is a viral infection caused by the herpes virus during an immuno-compromised condition.
The answer depends on your occupation. I have known nurses, physicians, surgeons, and politicians with Bell's palsy for whom there was no impact.
Merely one side of the face.
JR is suffering from his 3rd bout of bells palsy.
Dogs can sustain damage to their facial muscles, similar to Bell's Palsy in humans. This is referred to as canine idiopathic facial nerve paralysis.
yes third nerve palsies (Bells palsy) will typically resolve on their own. The llength of symptoms varies