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Does trigmenial neuropathy ever recover? (Not trigmenial neuralgia)

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In brief: VARIES

Really depends on cause, and if a main branch or division.
If myelin coverings affected, reversal could occur in 4-5 weeks, but if internal axon injured, might take months if ever. This can be tested by electrodiagnostic studies, which may confirm prognosis.

In brief: VARIES

Really depends on cause, and if a main branch or division.
If myelin coverings affected, reversal could occur in 4-5 weeks, but if internal axon injured, might take months if ever. This can be tested by electrodiagnostic studies, which may confirm prognosis.
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