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Does bell's palsy on face and eye twitching gets worse and is it genetic?

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my fiancé has had bell's palsy on his left side of his face since birth, through the years he developed eye twitching in his right eye. my question is: 1) does it get worse? 2) could his condition transmit to my unborn child?
Posted Thu, 2 Jan 2014 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Irshad H Naqvi 1 hour later
Brief Answer: non progressive.not transmitted to progeny Detailed Answer: Hi dear welcome to the XXXXXXX *Usually it does not progresses. Plastic surgery will help to reduce it up to much extent. Physiotherapy also helps. **This is not genetic disorder. Usually transmission to the progeny is not seen nor expected. Hope the query is answered. Please feel free for the further clarification. Thanks
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