What are the signs and symptoms of Bell's palsy?
It is a transient observation and not necessarily a disease condition!
Hi and thank you so much for this query.
I am so sorry to hear about what your husband experienced and all the inconveniences this has caused you. This is not bells' palsy because it would not have resolved spontaneously within minutes. To me, this is an observation with no clear pathological significance at this time and all I will recommend is monitoring. Unless this happens again, I will not advise any further aggressive medical investigation at this time. I also deny to say this is a pathological condition because anxious states and transient psychological state can explain this. Unless it becomes recurrent, it is of no pathological significance.
I hope this helps. I wish you well and simply monitor and report any further reports to me for for more insights and guidance. For now, keep a calm mind set and see if this happens again.
If you must see a doctor at this time, which is entirely your right, I will suggest that you see a neurologist.
Keep me updated on what the doctor says at the visit.
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