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If facial droop was caused by a stroke could the droop come and go over a matter of hours or even minutes or would that point to an infectious cause?
Hello. I had my 8th/9th concussion back in September, a week apart. About a week later, I had a facial droop. I still have intermittent facial droops.
See your doctor: Those levels of repetitive traumatic brain injury should be both followed closely and evaluated particularly with additional symptoms. Moreover, changes in activity to avoid such repetitive injury is in order. Please see your physician promptly to create a plan to address all of these issues. ...Read more
Stroke vrs Bell's : The picture shows a lady with a stroke and a man with bell's palsy: if you can raise both eyebrows, the facial nerve is intact. Therefore, the woman has had a stroke involving the left side of the brain producing paralysis of the right lower face and the man has a right bell's palsy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cranial Nerves: Facial expression and movement are controlled by several of the cranial nerves (cn). Ocular motion by cn3, 4, 6. Eyebrow lift by cn3, eyelid closing by cn7, muscles of chewing by cn5 and the rest of the face by cn7. ...Read more
Definition: When the muscles of the face are weak. Many causes. ...Read more
I have some facial muscle weakness. Brain MRI about a year ago showed nothing. Was told it was anxiety. Could that be the only cause? I fear als.
Doubt ALS: Weak facial muscles are associated with a few hereditary muscle diseases (e.g., fsh), but can be due to problems with cranial nerves, such as facial or trigeminal, and problems outside cranial cavity may not be seen on standard brain mri. Very unlikely that you have als, but if you need more information, a facial nerve EMG might be of some value. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: Most people with true bell's palsy will recover most or all of their facial movement with time. Some will have permanent paralysis or weakness. If your face has not improved at all then you should see an ENT specialist for more evaluation. It is possible that you have another problem that has caused your facial paralysis such as a tumor growth and this should be checked. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Mild facial paralysis can be cured completely without leaving any sign of it?
After being cured it can come back again ?
We should always be alert ?
? Bells palsy ?: Acute facial paralysis can occur after viral infection that affects the facial nerve. However, it can also be sign of stroke or ms or brain tumor. Rare genetic disorders can cause recurrent facial paralysis. You need a thorough medical and neurological evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lots of things: Many problems can cause facial paralysis. It can be congenital, from a tick bite, ear infection, tumor in the face or skull, brain tumor, stroke, multiple sclerosis, etc. Most commonly in adults, it is caused by a virus infection of the nerve that provides facial movement. ...Read more
Bells Palsy Facial N: It is facial palsy caused by dysfunction of 7th cranial nerve called facial nerve.It is caused by an inflammation of facial nerve which in turn causes swelling of the facial nerve and causes the assymetry of face due to inability to controlfacial muscles on affected side other conditions that can cause facial palsy are lymes disease, brain tumour and stroke and that is not called bells palsy. ...Read more