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Bell's Palsy

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Hi Have a good read through this link you find lots of help, all natural.http://www.earthclinic.com/cures/bells_palsy.htmlJust cope into google to...
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No...it is not contagious. A person exposed to someone else with Bells Palsy will not cause Bells Palsy in other person.
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Not at all. Bell's palsy is usually caused by a virus, even the herpes virus. A ceiling fan will not cause illness.
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Here is an excellent, non-WebMD site from England.....I hope it helps.http://bellspalsy.org.uk/exercises1.pdf
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Bell's palsy is a usually temporary paralysis or weakness that affects the muscles on one side of the face. The causes of Bell's palsy...
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Unfortunately, no. Triamcinolone will not help Bell's Palsy.  Prescription oral steroids, if taken early can help, but the topical steroid...
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Bell's palsy also is a result of injury to the facial nerve by virus infection, but the suspected cause of Bell's palsy (viral) has not been...
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Bell's palsy is paralysis of the facial nerve of unknown cause. The diagnosis is made when no other cause can be identified. Bell's palsy is thought...
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