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How does atypical neuralgia affect my quality of life?

Your quality of life can be greatly reduced by untreated atypical neuralgia. Trigeminal neuralgia, which includes atypical neuralgia, is said to be one of the most painful disorders known to humans. Some call it the "suicide disease." It is possible for people to find atypical neuralgia more manageable since it involves a duller, more general pain, but many still find the condition debilitating, so finding an effective treatment method is vital.

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How does atypical neuralgia affect the body?
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Atypical neuralgia involves a continuous pain in a side of the face. The pain often feels like achin...
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What causes atypical neuralgia?
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Atypical neuralgia is probably caused by blood vessels compressing the trigeminal nerve, which is a ...
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How is atypical neuralgia diagnosed?
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