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Posted by Pooky
on September 09, 2000 at 04:16:30:
In Reply to: bells palsey posted by Tracy Zebrowskii on August 27, 2000 at 22:58:36:
: My husabnd last week was talking to me & I noticed that the right side of his lip was slanted down. When I asked why he was talking like that he said like what and it went right back to normal. Yesterday my daughter asked him why his lip was going down & when he went to respond it again went back to normal. Is this signs of a stroke or bells palsey?
His symptom could be a sign of a stroke or bells palsey. You need to have him checked out by the doctor or have him get a CT Scan or MRI. I had a stroke a year ago, and it is still noticed that I don't move the left side of my mouh when talking. My sister's friend has bells palsey and her face droops like your husband's. I hope that he has neither of these diseases.
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