This condition every doctor seems now and then. Being exposed suddenly to very cold wind can be a cause of this and then homeopathic treatment may be useful [aconit and causticum]
Acupuncture is probably the only effective treatment and should be started as soon as possible. The best is to look for an acupuncturist who knows the system of Dr Tan [z”l] This is an amazingly effective system of acupuncture and we were so lucky that Dr Tan of blesed nmemory visited Israel to teach his method. I Will try to send you a separate video about his treatment.
It would be an absolute shame if the MOH does not mention this to patients [ evenif they don’t believe in any “alternative medicine ]”who got paralysis after the vaccination and I think they should also be forced legally to pay for the acupuncture treatment
Of course it will be difficult to proof at this moment that there is a correlation with the vaccine
There is no good conventual treatment for this condition, many cases get better spontaneously and steroids as used by most doctros are rather useless [Cochrane data: The effect was nearly the same for corticosteroids and placebo, showing that participants who had corticosteroids benefited slightly, although this evidence was low quality. Data from three studies (485 participants) showed clearly that people who received corticosteroids developed less motor synkinesis (unwanted facial movements) and crocodile tears (watery eyes when eating or chewing), compared with people who received placebo alone. This finding was based on moderate-quality evidence.
13 people suffered face paralysis after corona vaccine
In a rare phenomenon, 13 people that received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine have also received mild paralysis on their face.
By GADI ZAIG JANUARY 15, 2021 07:46
A HEALTHCARE worker prepares a COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination center in Rehovot on Monday.(photo credit: YOSSI ALONI/FLASH90)Advertisement13 people have experienced mild facial paralysis as a side effect after taking the COVID-19 vaccine, Ynet reported.Despite knowing this, the Health Ministry recommends giving them the second dose as well.Read More Related Articles
- Figures in the science and health world are divided over the Health Ministry’s recommendation to give a second dose of the vaccine to those who have had symptoms of paralysis of the facial nerve after having the first dose.According to the ministry, at least 13 people have developed facial paralysis since the beginning of the week, but doctors in the health system estimate that in practice the number of cases is higher.One person with the side effect said, “For at least 28 hours I walked around with it. I can’t say it was completely gone afterwards, but other than that I had no other pains, except a minor pain where the injection was but there was nothing beyond that.”As for receiving the second dose, he admits he is undecided, but says that “it is important to note that this is something rare, and I don’t want people to avoid getting vaccinated. It’s important.”Prof. Galia Rahav, director of the Infectious Diseases Unit at Sheba Medical Center stated, “I recently came across, for example, someone vaccinated who was dealing with paralysis, and decided not to give her a second dose. It is true that it can be given according to the Health Ministry, but I did not feel comfortable with it.