Can dry eyes be related to trigeminal nerve pain?

Possible. Normal eye sensation (via trigeminal) is required for the blink reflex which keeps eye lubricated. If trigeminal nerve not working normally, it could cause dry eye.
Trigeminal nerve . Issues that effect the trigeminal nerve can cause decrease sensation to the eye and secondary neurotrophic keratitis and dry eye.

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