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Trigeminal Neuralgia, also called tic douloureux, TN is a disorder of the trigeminal nerves that carry sensation to the face. Patients afflicted with this disorder experience  debilitating pain on one side of the face.  This pain is often described as sudden, stabbing,  electric shock-like pain in the forehead, nose, lips, and/or jaw ." Trigeminal Neuralgia  All disabilites are unique. with TN this can be this worse pain a person may ever feel.  <3 ‪#‎teachmems‬ ‪#‎facepain‬ ‪#‎tn‬ ‪#‎

Trigeminal Neuralgia, also called tic douloureux, TN is a disorder of the trigeminal nerves that carry sensation to the face. Patients afflicted with this disorder experience debilitating pain on one side of the face. This pain is often described as sudden, stabbing, electric shock-like pain in the forehead, nose, lips, and/or jaw ." Trigeminal Neuralgia All disabilites are unique. with TN this can be this worse pain a person may ever feel. <3 ‪#‎teachmems‬ ‪#‎facepain‬ ‪#‎tn‬ ‪#‎

End Trigeminal Neuralgia: A Face Behind The Pain

Facial pain can come in various forms and have various causes. One cause of the pain can be injury to the facial nerves. Perhaps a fall or...

Trigeminal Neuralgia Information - The Mount Sinai Hospital

Learn about Trigeminal neuralgia, find a doctor, complications, outcomes, recovery and follow-up care for Trigeminal neuralgia.

What on Earth is Trigeminal Neuralgia?  I have a very rare form.  One factor to this is my entire face is involved to one degree or another.

What on Earth is Trigeminal Neuralgia? I have a very rare form. One factor to this is my entire face is involved to one degree or another.

This severe, electric-shock-like facial pain affects about 150,000 Americans each year. It’s most often caused by a blood vessel being pushed against the trigeminal nerve, but can also be caused by multiple sclerosis lesions in the nerve root.

This severe, electric-shock-like facial pain affects about 150,000 Americans each year. It’s most often caused by a blood vessel being pushed against the trigeminal nerve, but can also be caused by multiple sclerosis lesions in the nerve root.