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  1. ... information: Lyme disease (The Basics)" and "Treatment of Lyme disease", section on 'Facial nerve palsy' .) Monitoring — You will need a follow ...
  2. Lyme Disease: A Patient's Guide, Prevention (American College of Physicians)  
    ... uncommon in facial nerve palsy not associated with Lyme disease Most transient facial nerve palsies, even in Lyme-endemic regions, are ... Carlson RD, Sasaki CT, Pachner AR, Steere AC. Facial paralysis in Lyme disease. Laryngoscope. 1985;95:1341-5. (PMID: 4058212 ) 38 ...
  3. Lyme Disease (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... symptoms, joint pain or a swollen joint, or facial paralysis. Can I Prevent Lyme Disease? There's no surefire way to avoid getting Lyme ...
  4. Lyme Disease Test (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    ... fever, chills, headache, and fatigue. If left untreated, Lyme disease may progress to cause intermittent joint pain, meningitis , facial paralysis (Bell's palsy), weakness and numbness in the ...
  5. ... include: Infection of the brain or surrounding tissues Lyme disease Sarcoidosis Tumor that presses on the facial nerve ... include: Blood tests, including blood sugar, CBC, (ESR), Lyme test ... from Bell's palsy lasts for more than 6 - 12 months, plastic ...
  6. Lyme Disease Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... health care provider right away. Common symptoms of Lyme disease include a rash, fever, body aches, facial paralysis, and arthritis. Ticks can also transmit other ...
  7. Bell's Palsy: Treatment with Steroids and Antiviral Drugs (American Academy of Neurology) - PDF  
    ... yet known. Other medical conditions can lead to facial muscle weakness. These include Lyme disease and HIV infection. The discussion of Bell’s palsy and its treatment does not apply in these situations. These conditions ... palsy, weakness of the facial muscles usually develops over one to three days. ...
  8. Lyme Disease (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... an irregular or slow heartbeat. The spread of Lyme disease to the nervous system can cause the face to droop (a condition called Bell's palsy), numbness ...
  9. Lyme Disease Interactive Tutorial (Patient Education Institute)  
    ... patients develop chronic arthritis, which lasts a lifetime. Lyme disease can also affect the nervous system, causing: • Stiff neck. • Severe headache. • Temporary paralysis of facial muscles. • Numbness, pain or weakness in the limbs. • ...
  10. Bell's Palsy From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)  
    ... ear infection, high blood pressure, diabetes, sarcoidosis, tumors, Lyme disease, and trauma such as skull fracture or facial injury. Who Gets it? Bell's palsy afflicts approximately ...
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