Prognosis of Bell's Palsy
Prognosis of Bell's Palsy: Good. Many improve within 2 weeks, 80% within 3 months. ...see also Overview of Bell's Palsy
Prognosis for Bell's Palsy:
prognosis for Bell's palsy is generally very good. With or without
treatment, most patients begin to get significantly better within 2 weeks,
and about 80 percent recover completely within 3 months. For some,
however, the symptoms may last longer. In a few cases, the symptoms may
never completely disappear.
(Source: excerpt from NINDS Bell's Palsy Information Page: NINDS)
...see also Overview of Bell's Palsy
Complications of Bell's Palsy may include:
Complications of Bell's Palsy from the Diseases Database include:
Source: Diseases Database
See also complications of Bell's Palsy.
Bell's Palsy: Research More
The 'prognosis' of Bell's Palsy usually refers to the likely outcome
of Bell's Palsy.
The prognosis of Bell's Palsy
may include the duration of Bell's Palsy, chances of complications of Bell's Palsy,
prospects for recovery, recovery period for Bell's Palsy, survival rates,
and other outcome possibilities in the overall prognosis of Bell's Palsy.
Naturally, such forecast issues are by their nature unpredictable.
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