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Half of the tongue is numb, and the gargle can't cover the water. Is it facial paralysis

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Description Of Condition:

35 year old, male, weighing 240 kg, with high blood pressure and hyperlipidemia, but he has been taking medicine for control. He found that the left tongue was numb four days ago. Yesterday, he began to find that the mouthwash could not contain water and the nose and face were asymmetric. He went to the hospital for cranial MRI and found no problems. Is this facial paralysis? I found that I can't wrap things and it's easy to leak when I eat today. What to do and how to treat it. Two pictures are attached, one is the appearance of normal eyes closed, and the other is the appearance of the nose

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