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 What are the causes of trigeminal neuropathy?

Answer Trigeminal neuropathy is a condition that causes pain by compressing the trigeminal nerve root. There are several different types of trigeminal neuropathy, and not all of the pain associated with t... Read More »
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What are the causes of neuropathy?

Neuropathy is characterized by nerve damage, most commonly in the hands and feet. It causes pain, tingling and numbness. A range of causes exist, and the cause will depend on whether or not you ca... Read More »
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What are the causes of peripheral neuropathy&high cholesterol?

Because of the essential roles of the nervous system and cholesterol in human health, peripheral neuropathy and hypercholesterolemia can be debilitating. Both conditions have acquired and inherited... Read More »
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What is the best thing to take for Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Errrrrr poor you, why not get some strong pain relief from the doctor, such as codeine, they work really quick. If you get them in the dissolvable form, they work quicker - good luck :)
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How to Overcome Trigeminal Pain?

You lightly touch your cheek and feel intense pain for 10 to 15 seconds before it subsides. Or brushing your teeth is unbearable at times. This could be trigeminal pain from neuralgia. Although rar... Read More »
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