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Bell's palsy ( facial paralysis)
Doctor I'm suffering from Bell's palsy from 2 years still not fully recovered I'm left with synkinesis like when I smile my Bell's palsy side eye closes and I feel like my non Bell's palsy side cheek pulls more while I smile.. I too feel little pain on my non Bell's palsy side... Doctor please is there anything to correct this problem I have this from 1.5 years.. also can I use methycolbamine and B12 vitamin... If yes please name the good quality of these to medicine.. I will be very thankful to you...
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I hope u know the prognosis as u must have consulted many. Has any imaging done? There is no medicine after 2 years. Did u grey NCV of facial nerve?
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Facial Physio and stimulating can help to some extent.
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May consult if u want further help. Thanks
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1.5 years of facial paralysis is unlikely to be treated by medicine Book an online counsult for proper guidance
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After 1.5 years it is unlikely to improve. Anastomosis with other nerves MAY help. Medicines will not help. Can try physio
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