What were the symptoms associated with Ramsay Hunt syndrome in you or someone you know?
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What are the symptoms of Ramsay Hunt syndrome?
The classic symptom that clinically distinguishes Ramsay Hunt syndrome is a red painful rash associated with blisters in the ears and facial paralysis (for
example, eyelid or mouth) on one side of the face. Other symptoms such as ear pain, hearing loss, dizziness (or vertigo), dry eye, and changes in taste sensation may also occur.