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Bells Palsy #7629477 10/10/19 09:36 PM
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got it, 3rd time in 30 years. pain in the azz


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You probably had vd before. Virus related.

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Probably better than having ED.


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If I choose to hunt in a coon tail hat, a pink tootoo and hip waders that is my fine...
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My dad had it. First time it showed he thought he'd had a stroke.

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yep. many mis diagnose as stroke and good they do!!

already got ED Mike. 100mg blue pill covers it.


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My dad has it too and I saw the frustration. He went for acupuncture and changed a lot of things in his diet like drinking lemon water, cutting all the non gmo, gluten stuff out. Put a lot of focus on gut health plus the eastern medicine practices and seemed to help quite a bit. Maybe worth looking into. I’ve been looking into acupressure and really seemed to help my back pain. Just a thought..

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Seriously look at the CBD infused water.

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My aunt is dealing with the same issue. We did originally believe she had a stroke. I suppose Bell's Palsy is the better side of that coin.

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Originally Posted by Buzzsaw
yep. many mis diagnose as stroke and good they do!!

already got ED Mike. 100mg blue pill covers it.

Sorry Man. Trying to make light of it. Hopefully it causes no pain, and no difficulties with anything important. You say you have had it 3 times already, do you expect to recover or is this going to be a long term issue?


Originally Posted by txhuntingguide
If I choose to hunt in a coon tail hat, a pink tootoo and hip waders that is my fine...
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Originally Posted by takewhatyoucan64
You probably had vd before. Virus related.



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Buzzsaw, this is REALLY BAD STUFF! I got it once & it later manifested into the shingles. That left me with PHN which is nerve damage. The annoying pain from that is now with me for life. This was all brought on by stress. Do whatever you can to reduce the stress in your life for your own health.


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Just so everyone is clear, the herpes virus that most commonly causes things like Bell’s palsy are related to the cold sore virus, not the penis sore virus. This is not typically associated with the VD type of herpes, so let’s just stop that non-sensical talk. Could potentially make someone ashamed to seek treatment.

Having said all that, there is a normal recovery period with Bell’s palsy, most people will recover some of not all function, so claiming anything works is really just part of the normal recovery process. It’s just money, and if you want to spend your money on something that is probably doing nothing (cbd water, acupuncture) then feel free. Can’t hurt, prob isn’t going to help tho.

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Texas Buckeye, this is exactly what my Doctor said was going on. It is getting better, still cant close my left eye all the way. Cant shoot.

Mike your good buddy, I know you're a great guy.


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I’ve had it four times in my life, 3 times on one side and once on the other.

Never had a cold sore or a VD.

The specialist I used all four times never mentioned any VD’s....

I feel your pain Buzz.... been there done that.


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Thanks TEXLEFT


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A buddy of mine got it after taking a flight and sleeping with his head kinked up against the window. At first we all kinda joked around and called him droopy... then we found out what it was and kinda felt bad for clowning on him. It went away after a couple weeks and boy was he glad when it did. Hope you get better fast!

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Originally Posted by Greg
A buddy of mine got it after taking a flight and sleeping with his head kinked up against the window. At first we all kinda joked around and called him droopy... then we found out what it was and kinda felt bad for clowning on him. It went away after a couple weeks and boy was he glad when it did. Hope you get better fast!

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Sorry to hear, Buzz! My dad had it hit him...took some time, but everything went back to normal. Do you have lingering effects from the last experiences? Hope everything corrects itself soon. Sorry, brother.


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My mom had it almost 15 years ago. You’d never know it now and she hasn’t had a recurrence. Good luck.


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Originally Posted by Buzzsaw
Texas Buckeye, this is exactly what my Doctor said was going on. It is getting better, still cant close my left eye all the way. Cant shoot.

Mike your good buddy, I know you're a great guy.


Buzz, in the meantime just get an eye patch. When you want to shoot just flip it down and you are good to go. Then as it heals and you can close your eye the patch goes away.

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My biddy got it when he was 38. It lasted about 2 weeks then was just gone one morning when he woke up. No long term effects. It has been 5 years & he hasn't got it again.


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met with a Neurologist today, he gave me another 5 day course of steroids and ordered an MRI of my thick head on Friday hammer


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