THE EFFECT OF GUNA-MDS IN THERAPY RESISTANT FACIAL PARESIS

THE EFFECT OF GUNA-MDS IN THERAPY RESISTANT FACIAL PARESIS

Krisztina Horváth, MD

Neurologist, Acupuncturist, Budapest, Hungary.

The 35 years old male was travelling on a drafty bus for hours on the 3rd March 2013. On the same day he felt strange feeling and disability of his mouth. In the next 3 days complete facial paresis developed on the left side of his face with typical symptoms.

SYMPTOMS

  • Immobility of the face;
  • Lagophthalmos 3-4 mm (inability to close the eyelids completely);
  • He could not feel flavours just a burning sensation on his tongue;
  • He felt pain on his maxilla and on his forehead.

WESTERN MEDICATION

Herpesin 400mg 5×1 tablet; daily 60 mg Prednisolone that caused hypertension from the 3rd day so he was prescribed Tensiomin 12.5 mg twice daily.

GUNA TREATMENT

EFFECT

CONCLUSION

The GUNA-MDs seems to help even on steroid resistant facial paresis in young man without side effects. He got prednisolone treatment but no effect on the symptoms just intolerable side effects were observed so he needed antihypertensive drugs to cover those. During the GUNA treatment there were no any adverse events, which is a great advantage for GUNA-MDs. After the 9th treatments the patient facial mobility 90% come back.