Trigeminal Neuralgia

What is Trigeminal Neuralgia?

Trigeminal neuralgia is pain resulting from hyper-sensitivity of the nerve that carries sensation from your face to your brain (the Trigeminal nerve). If you have trigeminal neuralgia, even mild stimulation of your face may trigger a severe reaction. Many patients describe the pain shooting from the jaw line to the top of the forehead as feeling like a bolt of lightning. You may initially experience short, mild “blips”, but trigeminal neuralgia can progress–causing longer, more frequent attacks.

Dermatomes TNTrigeminal neuralgia causes very painful, sharp electric-like spasms in your face, as shown on the dermatome chart above.

Common Symptoms

  • Feeling of sharp, shooting or electrical sensation
  • Severe discomfort from touching, speaking, or chewing
  • Excruciating Pain
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