“Weird Symptoms after Bell’s Paulsy?”: Ear, Nose & Throat Community

Adults may find residual symptoms remaining for an indefinite period of time. What are the symptoms of Bell’s palsy in children? It was 10 years ago. Adults may find residual symptoms remaining for an indefinite period of time. The sooner treatment begins, the sooner let the unpleasant symptoms after and complications can be avoided policy. What are the symptoms of Bell’s palsy in children?

The seventh cranial nerve (facial nerve) is largely motor. On the next page we look at treatment options for Bell’s palsy, plus the possible recovery timescale and complications that may arise. •  Exercise the affected facial muscles as advised by your doctor or physical therapist. Adults may find residual symptoms remaining for an indefinite period of time. If infection is the cause, then an antibiotic to fight bacteria (as in middle ear infections) or antiviral agents (to fight syndromes caused by viruses like herpes zoster (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome) may be used. My ears and eyes are super sensitive to sound and light, so I always have ear plugs and sunglasses handy.

Thus, in order to get Bells’ palsy, one must already have virus in the nerve, one must suffer some event that lowers immunity, and one must have anatomy which is too tight to allow the nerve to swell. Adults may find residual symptoms remaining for an indefinite period of time. There are several possible treatments, none of which is likely to cure the problem entirely but might help to a significant extent. If infection is the cause, then an antibiotic to fight bacteria (as in middle ear infections) or antiviral agents (to fight syndromes caused by viruses like herpes zoster (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome) may be used. It impaired his speech — “You sound like you’ve got marbles in your mouth some time” — and made him highly self-conscious. Ordinary painkillers may not be beneficial and may delay you seeking prompt medical treatment.

What are the symptoms of Bell’s palsy in children? It is a sudden onset (usually over the course of 1–3 days, often overnight) of one-sided flaccid paralysis of the face. Adults may find residual symptoms remaining for an indefinite period of time. And don’t worry! I was not and I have had an absolute nightmare which is on going. The weakness in the lower facial muscles produces a lop-sided smile.

There is typically more internal pain and nerve injury than with the rash-causing strains. The pulses which are passed from the brain via the nerves to the muscle groups mouth, cheeks, eyes and forehead, control their movements. Ramsay Hunt described the various clinical presentations of facial paralysis with a rash and also recognised other frequent symptoms and signs such as tinnitus, hearing loss, nausea, vomiting, vertigo and nystagmus. I hope you will not get another paralysis, one is more than enough to get through! They must learn to live with the symptoms. There no rash on the outer ear.

DebbieL: Hi and welcome. However, in the absence of such symptoms, a recurrent headache of > 3 months’ duration is rarely related to structural or systemic findings. I have put off going back, as after seeing the ENT specialist regularly for a few weeks (he is also trained in acupuncture for this area I felt that I was just complaining about the same things over and over again, and that there was little else he could do. I looked it up and now I am scared to take it it says it helps with seizures and other disorders that I do not have. Food also falls out of my mouth because my lips don’t close all of the way. The nature of the two diseases is different.

The day after I had the frustrating meltdown I noticed my right side of my neck was killing me, I had my husband massage it for me but I couldn’t sleep that night. One summer day, while bird-watching, she found that she couldn’t see through her binoculars – that her eye wouldn’t open and close at will. In the few days since this appeared, I’ve researched several different informational sites and read other’s stories of their experiences with Bell’s Palsy. As always, you can contact our office to answer any questions or concerns.