Trigeminal Neuralgia Blog: Symptoms of Trigeminal Neuralgia
What does Trigeminal Neuralgia Feel Like?
Trigeminal Neuralgia patients experience extremely painful symptoms, including severe pain on one side of the face. Patients frequently describe this pain to be stabbing, burning, random or shocking. The pain lasts anywhere from seconds to minutes in duration, and the pain usually lasts longer as more time goes by.
Trigeminal Neuralgia pain comes from or is triggered by touching the face, chewing and eating, talking, brushing teeth and other daily activities.
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Blog Author: Dr. William A. Friedman