Doctor insights on:
Paralyzation Of The Face
If worried...: Don't think so, but if one is the worrying type, then one should not get piercings. Usually, bad things don't happen with piercings, unless one is unlucky and gets a deep infection, unusual scarring, or persistent pain or inflammation. If one never worries about stuff like that, then she can consider piercings... but realize that piercings are never needed for normal, everyday life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a sly freeze sensation on my left side of the face, right beside the eyebrow. Like paralyzed skin in one place?
Needs exam..: If what you are describing is sudden face numbness especially with changes of paralysis you need to go to the ED ASAP. This could be a totally benign issue but it could be related to other major problems like a stroke. Even though you are young I don't know the whole history so my suggestion is to get immediate evaluation especially if this is a new symptom. ...Read more
Not really: If the face is completely paralyzed on one side, there would be no way to tell if there was a new bell's palsty. ...Read more
See your doc!!: This would be a very rare complication of fillers. Was Botox injected as well? Was something injected deep near your ear? Do you have any movement? How long has it been? I would expect that this is simply a neuropraxia (temporary weakness). I would go back to the doc who did injection. Consider seeing a plastic surgeon or another experienced dr. For history/exam and another opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got head & face injuries from a assault, it has been just over a week now and today i noticed that one side of my face is lazy & a little paralyzed.
Having pain on right part of my face i.E from head to jaw, i feel as if there is some sort of blockage . Feel paralyzed on right part what's this?
I had a tooth filled, then a few days later face became paralyzed on that side. Dr. Said bells palsy. What is that?
Injury to a nerve: Bell's palsy is due to an injury to the facial nerve which innervates the muscles of the face. In bell's palsy, the facial muscles lose their motor innervation and become paralyzed. This was probably due to an injury to the facial nerve when you received a novocaine injection. This paralysis will pass as the facial nerve heals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Creams that relax or paralyze the skin on the face
- Home remedies for paralyzed on one side of face
- Paralyzed wrist
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Paralyzed stomach
- Paralyzed diaphragm
- Paralyzed bowel
- Paralyzed vocal cord exercises
- Paralyzed on one side of face