Is it ok to fly with bells palsy?
She has never had bells palsy
The Facial Nerve is damaged in Bells Palsy
No. Answer: Bell's palsy is a paralysis of the facial nerve resulting in inability to control facial muscles on the affected side. Nothing in its causes, symptoms or impact would preclude flying.
No. Bells Palsy is not a directly communicable disease. It may be caused by a virus, but the effect is not direct.
HPV is not associated with Bell's palsy.
You have bells palsy and during your recovery you were told to stay away from cereal grain What foods contain cereal grain?
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.
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.
It is unlikely. Bell's Palsy really only affects the trigeminal and/or facial nerves of the face.
not properly the can smile on one side
Bells' Palsy.. ...
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.
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.
JR is suffering from his 3rd bout of bells palsy.
yes third nerve palsies (Bells palsy) will typically resolve on their own. The llength of symptoms varies
No, she has admitted she does know that she sometimes speaks out of the side of her mouth, But that's not a condition like bells palsy, it's not loss of muscle control or anything like that. it's not even a speech inpedament. it's just a characteristic like a lisp.
go to causes of cerebral palsy OK its more certain about the answer I'm not loll
NERVE PALSY. FOR Eg. Bells Palsy means weakness of Facial Nerve leading to paralysis of facial musculature That answer is not completely accurate. Nerve Palsy is a layman's term. The medical term is neurasthenia.
Yes; it is not contagious or serious enough to warrant missing work.
Palsy is a medical term used to describe certain forms of paralysis that is accompanied with loss of feeling, tremors and spasms. Some types of palsy are: Bells palsy - partial facial paralysis Bulbar palsay - cranial nerve paralysis Cerebral palsy - a neural disorder caused by intercranial lesions Conjugate gaze palsy - a disorder affecting eye movement Erb's palsy/Brachial palsy - paralysis in one arm Wasting palsy - otherwise known as spinal muscular atrophy
There is usually pain behind the ear before the half of the face becomes paralyzed, but when I had it the pain occured after. it's normal for bell's palsy.
This would be a very radical and sever option for curing Bell's Palsy. The surgery would have to repair the nerve damage from a very severe case of Bell's Palsy. The most common treatment is time and antiviral medication.
It can happen to anyone at any age. I had it when i was 15, but it is most common in pregnant women.
Doubtful, as this is not a very serious disorder and shouldn't cause missing work.
Up to 6 months or more depending on your age and immune system.
No; although not completely known, bell's palsy is thought (by almost all) to be caused by a herpes virus infection. Carbon monoxide would not play a role in it.
What is the difference between bells palsy that has your eye open and the bells palsy where your eye is almost closed?
There is only one Bell's Palsy condition, which is characterized by parital facial paralysis on one side of the face. Depending on the severity, the eye might be able to be help open (which is normal in Bell's Palsy patients), or, if the infection was very severe, the nerves might be so affected that the eye would merely constantly remain closed, or close to being closed. This is the only difference between the 2 situations… Read More
It could be Bell's Palsy. Check this link. http://www.bellspalsy.ws/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell's_palsy http://www.webmd.com/brain/tc/bells-palsy-topic-overview
Should have no effect. The air pressure difference shouldn't cause any complications.
Jamie Sheridan suffers from Bells Palsy.
No but stress will flare it up but it will go down slowly so be very careful.
Yes Bells Palsy can often occur from stress and shock is definetly a stressful situation for a child. However with antibiotics and steroids that her doctor prescribed things will eventually taper away. It will also take alot of patience and time. Good Luck!
It can; the virus lays dormant in the root ganglia behind your face and can cause the condition again.
Sensation returning to the affected side would be the most clear sign of recovery.
Depending of detonate factor asociated. But, if there is reincidence, you need medical review.
Bells Palsy is an inflammation of a nerve on one side of the face. It temporarily paralyzes one side of the face. Treatment includes Anti Inflammatory medications, steroids, and taping of eye to prevent injury.
I don't know about that, but I did end up with Bells Palsey right after going to a dentist for fillings. That was a crappy time in my life, but it sure was a wonderful opportunity for growth.
Anywhere from a couple weeks up to 6 months or more, depending on your age and immune system.
Not that severe at all. The only real complication can be your cornea drying up from you eye not closing all of the way.
An antiviral medication, such as acyclovir, can be prescribed tolessen the severity and increase the healing time.
Different conditions can, such as Bells palsy, stroke etc. best to consult a medical practitioner without delay
The eye does not always close from a Bell's Palsy infection - it depends on the severity and how soon treatment begins. As with any ailment, the severity and existence of the symptoms depend on the individual's immune system.
at the time of filming those episodes (season 4 of Law and Oeder: Criminal Intent), the actor who plays Capt Deakins, Sheridan, began showing the symptoms of Bells Palsy, hence took to wearing an eyepatch. The eyepatch and his Bells Palsy was consequently written into the show itself. By the end of the same season, he was shown without the eyepatch.
Bells palsy. Condition or infection of the facial nerves. I saw this in my mother and notice it in many others with Lyme disease.
Your lower left part of your chin has been numb for two weeks without novacain do you have a bruised or pinched nerve or Bells Palsy?
Bell's palsy is a paralysis. If you can still move the muscles located in that region, you don't have bell's palsy. Also, Bell's Palsy paralyzes the entire half of the face, and does not always cause numbness, just inability to control muscle movement. I can't really tell you weather or not it's a pinched nerve, but it doesn't sound like bell's palsy.
Bells Palsy is a facial paralysis normally affecting one side of the face can last a few weeks or a year Bell's Palsy is facial paralysis, normally affecting one side of the face, and can last from a number of weeks to a number of years.
She got Bells Palsy which paralyzes the face but recovered completely several months later
Antiviral medication such as acyclovir can help kill the virus cells that are causing it. Other than that, just time.