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My Bell’s Palsy Journey to Recovery

My Bell’s Palsy Journey to Recovery

I was 37 weeks pregnant, with my first child, when I developed BP. I experienced a very physically difficult pregnancy prior to getting BP. I developed very severe gestational Grave’s Disease which effects only .2% of...

What Causes Bell’s Palsy

What Causes Bell’s Palsy

Article shared from Mayo Clinic. View Full Article. Overview The symptoms of Bell's palsy include sudden weakness in your facial muscles. In most cases, the weakness is temporary and significantly improves over weeks. The weakness makes half of your face appear to...

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