Trigeminal neuralgia, which includes atypical neuralgia, is said to be one of the most painful disorders known to humans, so it is a serious condition in regards to your quality of life. It involves intense pain in the face and can be triggered by simple actions we perform every day, such as eating, drinking, talking, and tooth brushing. Atypical neuralgia, unlike typical neuralgia, involves constant pain. Neither type, however, leads to death.
- Q What are the symptoms of atypical neuralgia?
- Q What increases my risk for atypical neuralgia?
- Q Is there a cure for atypical neuralgia?
- Q Is atypical neuralgia linked to TMJ?
- Q How does surgery affect people with atypical neuralgia?
- Q Are there alternative treatments for atypical neuralgia?