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What are the symptoms of bell's palsy?

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Dr. Cindy Juster
Pediatrics
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In brief: Please see below.

Sudden onset of one-sided facial paralysis, pain behind or in the ear, noise sensitivity, decreased tearing, and taste disturbances are all possible symptoms of bell's palsy.
Anyone with these symptoms needs to see their doctor as soon as possible for evaluation and treatment.

In brief: Please see below.

Sudden onset of one-sided facial paralysis, pain behind or in the ear, noise sensitivity, decreased tearing, and taste disturbances are all possible symptoms of bell's palsy.
Anyone with these symptoms needs to see their doctor as soon as possible for evaluation and treatment.
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