Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 10th, 1999
Medical researchers have long speculated that pregnant women are more susceptible to Bell's palsy than the general population. Theories include the possibility that tissue edema in pregnancy causes mechanical compression of the facial nerve in the fallopian canal, noting the correlation between the timing of the maximal interstitial fluid volume content and the peak incidence of Bell's palsy. Other theories...
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