Facial palsy is a medical condition characterized by weakness or paralysis of facial muscles. It is mainly caused by temporary or permanent damage to the facial nerve. Facial weakness, loss of facial expressions, headache, and drooling are common symptoms of facial palsy. Corticosteroids help relieve symptoms of facial palsy.
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Query: Hello doctor, I have not been able to move the left side of my face properly since yesterday morning. I went to the doctor yesterday, and he said if it did not improve to come back, but I can not get back into the doctor. I have pain under my jaw and now feeling in my tongue on that side of my face ... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read your question carefully, and I understand your concern. 1. Do you have difficulties also in closing your left eye or raising your left eyebrow 2. Did your taste change? 3. Did your doctor prescribe any medication? 4. What was your doctor's opinion yesterda... Read Full »