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RevistaGinecologia9(34)79-81(2021)
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Insights into pregnancy-related Bell’s palsy

A. Bouariu, N. Gică, L. Mitran, G. Peltecu, A.M. Ciobanu, A.M. Panaitescu


Rezumat: Physiological changes during normal pregnancy may contribute to the clinical onset of a variety of pregnancy-related complications. In the third trimester of pregnancy or in the first week postpartum, there is a higher risk of viral reactivation, as well as much more frequent pregnancy complications, such as hypertensive disorders and gestational diabetes. Considerably higher than in nonpregnant population, Bell’s palsy or the idiopathic peripheral facial palsy has a higher rate in pregnancy, especially in the third trimester or postpartum. The condition usually resolves spontaneously or with minimal treatment, although in some cases it may require a complex management. Further studies that compare treatment dosage, therapeutic agents and time of recovery when treating Bell’s palsy are needed to update the currently management.
Cuvinte cheie: Bell’s palsy, pregnancy complications, preeclampsia.

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