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Recurrent facial Palsy

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 23, 2008
  • 07:41 PM

History:
I suffered from facial palsy in Decenber1999.I had a complete recovery within two weeks.Then again in December last year (2007) had the same episode. However this time the recovery took longer about 2 months. I then recovered alsmost within a few signs here and there. My concern is this:
After the second attack last year i have had some residual effects which seem to appear after every 3-4 months. Specially aggravated ( i think ) in the cold. After a year of the last attack i am again seeing some symptoms of the same kinds. Eyelids not closing completely,Right lower lip not fuuly in control.Sloght drooping of right cheek area.
I have taken the MRI and EMG tests but that does not explain why i am having these recurring feelings. Please someone guide me if i should take any tests or do anything about it.

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  • History:I suffered from facial palsy in Decenber1999.I had a complete recovery within two weeks.Then again in December last year (2007) had the same episode. However this time the recovery took longer about 2 months. I then recovered alsmost within a few signs here and there. My concern is this: After the second attack last year i have had some residual effects which seem to appear after every 3-4 months. Specially aggravated ( i think ) in the cold. After a year of the last attack i am again seeing some symptoms of the same kinds. Eyelids not closing completely,Right lower lip not fuuly in control.Sloght drooping of right cheek area.I have taken the MRI and EMG tests but that does not explain why i am having these recurring feelings. Please someone guide me if i should take any tests or do anything about it. Come on over to the b12 deficiency topic.http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=9948&page=141 What you are experiencing can often be healed with methylb12 plus cofactors.
    Freddd 3576 Replies
    • December 23, 2008
    • 10:32 PM
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  • Also consider acupuncture - it is brilliant for facial/Bell's palsy. Best wishesDOM
    acuann 3080 Replies
    • December 24, 2008
    • 03:56 AM
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