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The opposite is true: "There is one disease of the Jaws which seems in reality to have no connection with the Teeth, but of which the Teeth are generally suspected to be the cause. As simple pain demonstrates nothing, a Tooth is often suspected, is perhaps drawn out; but still the pain continues, with this difference however, that it now seems to be in the root of the next Tooth". John Hunter (1778). It is true today. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My wife suffers from trigeminal nerve
happened a year ago .It was happening for several days and then go away for several months ..And now continue.
Trigeminal Neuralgia: Has she has an MRI (rule out MS, or compressive pathology)? How was diagnosis made? This may be a debilitating condition, but she may achieve relief with certain medications (Tricyclics, anticonvulsants), injections or surgery as the surgeon (ENT or neurosurg) sees fit. Seek expert medical help for your wife. Her quality of life depends on it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife suffers from pain in trigeminal nerve.
Can you give me email to explain her case.
Please help me.
Trigeminal Neuralgia: responds to anticonvulsant medication in most cases. In those who have been referred to me because medication failed I find that adjustment in the medication dose often does the trick. If you are on Tegretol (the most frequently used agent) make sure you have a therapeutic level throughout the day and that you are not running into problems with low sodium, low vitamin D or elevated 10-11 epoxide. ...Read more
Proximity: The TMJ area is supplied by a branch of the trigeminal nerve. pain may originate in the joint or surrounding structures, or be referred to this are via the % th nerve. There is therefore a close relationship ...Read more
Aberrant vessels: Both trigeminal neuralgia and glossopharygeal neuralgia are related in that they are usually caused by a prominent or tortuous vessel coming off the vertebro-basilar artery system. These vessels are more prominent and "dig" into these nerves thus leading to a pain syndrome. Treatment for both is often with neurosurgical microvascular decompression--that is, padding the nerves from the vessel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Myalgia/lifting wts: It will make your symptoms worse, and it depends on what is the cause of myalgia. ...Read more
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