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Should I talk to my doctor about my atypical neuralgia symptoms?

Atypical neuralgia can be treated by medications or surgery. Seeing your doctor will allow you to find appropriate treatment and potentially relieve your pain. In addition, the symptoms of atypical neuralgia are similar to those of other disorders like tumors, multiple sclerosis, or certain malformations, so seeing your doctor will allow you to pinpoint the problem.

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