Related Resources on Trigeminal Neuralgia

Pain that originates in the face is referred to as trigeminal neuralgia. This pain may be caused by:

  • an injury,
  • an infection in the face,
  • a nerve disorder, or
  • it can occur for no known reason.
Trigeminal neuralgia can be treated with antiseizure medications. Some antidepressant drugs also have significant pain relieving effects. Read more: Trigeminal Neuralgia Article


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