Multiple sclerosis + facial pain
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Sep 20, Trigeminal neuralgia is a term used for facial pain which begins in the trigeminal nerve. We’ve put together a list of facts about trigeminal neuralgia with help from www.janne-ahonen.eu and the MS Trust UK.
Tagged facial pain, multiple sclerosis symptoms, rare symptoms, trigeminal.
Trigeminal neuralgia is a kind of nerve pain in multiple sclerosis which can give stabbing or burning sensations down the side of the face. Find out more about.
Description:When TN is diagnosed in anyone under the age of 40, MS is suspected and should be ruled out. It usually begins on one side and after years occurs on the other. It is preferable to treat each side individually, while guarding against having numbness on both sides. Medication Baclofen is usually well tolerated. Tegretol, Dilantin, Trileptal, etc.