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What Is Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Trigeminal neuralgia is facial pain that all stems from the same area: the trigeminal nerve. This nerve is located slightly forward of the top of the jaw behind the eyes, and it has branches that spread out all across the face, including down the nose and cheeks, and even across [...]

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Post Herpetic Neuralgia

Uncovering Post Herpetic Neuralgia Perhaps the most disturbing worry for those who have a shingles outbreak is the threat of post herpetic neuralgia. This side effect of shingles is a painful nerve and skin condition caused by the virus herpes zoster. The same virus is responsible for chickenpox in youth [...]

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