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Bell's Palsy lopsided face

Bell’s Palsy lopsided face.

Mature woman with Bell’s Palsy unable to move the right half of her lopsided face which can look really scary. Bell’s Palsy appears suddenly and may make you think you’re having a stroke, but the paralysis is limited to one side of the face so you can move arms and legs on that side of the body without a problem.

Bell’s Palsy is a form of temporary facial paralysis because of swelling in one of the facial nerves. It typically affects only one of the paired facial nerves and one side of the face and symptoms include drooping eyelid or corner of the mouth, drooling, dry eye or mouth, impairment of taste, and excessive tearing in the eye. See more faces you can pull with Bell’s Palsy

Image updated—September 24, 2013
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