Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment

DR. Anshul Agrawal

Trigeminal Neuralgia Specialist


Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment

Trigeminal neuralgia is treated on associate patient basis, unless neurosurgical intervention is needed. Management of this condition should be tailored one by one, supported the patient's age and general condition. Within the case of symptomatic tic douloureux, adequate treatment is that of its cause, the main points of that ar out of the scope of this text.

Because most patients incur tic douloureux once older than sixty years, medical management is that the logical initial medical care. Medical medical care is usually adequate and effective, permitting surgical thought providing medicine treatment fails.

Trigeminal Neuralgia Symptoms:

You may feel like your pain came out of obscurity. Some folks with this condition begin out thinking they need AN abscess and head to a tooth doctor.

  • •You have brief periods of stabbing or shooting pain.

  • • The pain is triggered by things such as brushing your teeth, washing your face, shaving, or putting on makeup. Even a light breeze against your face might set off your pain.

  • • It lasts a few seconds to several minutes.

  • • The attacks happen several times a day or a week, followed by periods during which you have none at all. These pain-free periods are known as remission.

  • • The pain usually affects only one side of the face.

  • • The attacks happen more often over time, and the pain can worsen.

  • • You feel the pain mostly in your cheek, jaw, teeth, gums, and lips. The eyes and forehead are affected less often.