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What is the treatment for bells palsy ?

hiiiiiii doctor , i am madhu (age 21, weighing 68,height 5.8) suffering from left bells palsy since 15 days. The left part of the face is not responding i.e my left eye upperlid doesnt close and left lip is not moving,with severe head ache. i have consulted doctor and i am under going physio therapy since 15days daily and taking wysolone-40mg. sir my head ache is still there and feeling weeker day by day. can you please guide me regarding this as soon as possible. i will be waiting for your reply. my email id is
Asked On : Wed, 25 May 2011
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Suggest continue with physio and Wysolone.... add Neurobion Forte tablet,one tablet three times a day to the above.Bell's Palsy is usually curable but takes time...sometimes upto two to three months.For your headache take a simple pain killer like paracetamol and donot panic
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