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How do I manage my atypical neuralgia on a daily basis?

The pain of atypical neuralgia is often constant, so daily management is key. Make sure you're in regular contact with your doctor about treatment, making sure that your medication is staying effective, if different medications should be tried, or if surgery should be considered. Don't be afraid to rely on friends and family for support, and consider joining a local support group to help you cope.

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