Bells Palsy is a separate phenomenon and more likely than not has an origin in a small herpetic virus but there is no certainty in that. Bells Palsy affects one side of the face and the migraine headache may be on that side of the head. A definite correlation between the two is not forthcoming. Treatments are very different and Bells Palsy should be treated aggressively with appropriate steroids and anti-viral medications.
- Q What does sarcoidosis have to do with Bell's palsy?
- Q What is the difference between Bell's palsy and a stroke?
- Q What is Bell's palsy?
- Q How long does it take to recover from Bell's palsy?
- Q Why do people with Bell's palsy often get tested for Lyme disease?
- Q How many people get Bell's palsy?