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KingFISHER
1 year ago
Quote: i_am_what_i_am: Truly informative.


thank you!
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i_am_what_i_am
1 year ago
Truly informative.
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Hareesh
5 years ago
. . . . .>G8 topic
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Kayli
5 years ago
Great info, something al must knw about.
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Georginia
5 years ago
Thanks for sharing big bro... Nice topic u sharing wt us. smiley
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Hareesh
5 years ago
Wow thats so beautiful info 10q
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NAASH
5 years ago
Ace post...smiley
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-LILY-
5 years ago
really vry nice
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SE-RYUN
5 years ago
keep posting...reza'fren ..hehe
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KingFISHER
5 years ago
Incomplete recovery is more likely in people who are older than 60or those experiencing weakness or paralysis on both sides of the face - this occurs in 1% of cases.People who don't recover completely may be left with one or more of the following symptoms:
*.abnormal blinking
*.asymmetrical smile
*.buccinator paralysis(food caught in cheek of paralyzed side)
*.corneal damage
*.drooling of liquids from the corner of paralyzed mouth
*.dry eye
*.frozen muscle in the nostril area
*.hyperacusis(perceiving sounds as unusually loud)
*.impaired taste
*.impaired speech
*.synkinesis(involuntary movement associated with a voluntary movement)
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