Trigeminal Neuralgia - Netter Medical Illustrations these are the best images i have found! Multiple Sclerosis

Trigeminal Neuralgia - Netter Medical Illustrations these are the best images i have found!

Reasonably Well: Sjogren's Syndrome and Trigeminal Neuralgia

The sharp and shooting pain across the face is unbearable. It is like an electric shock, and the intensity is more than anything you have experienced so far. It makes you want to die when it starts flaring.

Trigeminal Nerve - Ophthalmic (V1), Maxillary (V2) and Mandibular (V3) branches

Trigeminal Nerve - Ophthalmic exits thru superior orbital fissure, Maxillary exits the foramen rotundum and Mandibular branche exits foramen ovale

How To Use A Pain Scale Chart « Simply danLrene

How To Use A Pain Scale Chart

I first was given a pain scale chart about fifteen years ago. I thought if you didn’t put a high number it meant you had no pain. I didn’t know how to read a pain scale chart and believ…

What Intracranial Hypertension and Intractable Migraine feel like 24/7

Study shows that the brain processes chronic pain and acute pain differently, and different types of pain (back pain vs Fibromyalgia for ex.) are processed differently as well as shown in fMRIs: could lead to targeted therapies.

A great site for those who suffer from trigeminal neuralgia! I was diagnosed in 1999 at the age of 22!

A great site for those who suffer from trigeminal neuralgia! I was recently diagnosed with this painful disease :-(

Suffering from horrible facial pain that is the worst pain known to man, called trigeminal neuralgia,  tic douloureux, prosopalgia, or Fothergill's disease, or the suicide disease, and my journey.

My Journey Through Hell, Unbelievable Facial Pain, Known as the Suicide Disease!

Suffering from horrible facial pain that is the worst pain known to man, called trigeminal neuralgia, tic douloureux, prosopalgia, or Fothergill's disease, or the suicide disease, and my journey.

History, causes, diagnoses, and more concerning the facial pain affliction known as Trigeminal Neuralgia courtesy of the Facial Pain Association

History, causes, diagnoses, and more concerning the facial pain affliction known as Trigeminal Neuralgia courtesy of the Facial Pain Association

Trigeminal neuralgia is a neurological disorder characterized by intense facial pain. Numerous cases of trigeminal neuralgia lead to suicide. The severe pain that is felt starting from the scalp, the forehead, down to the eyes, the nose, the lips, and the jaw can be too challenging for patients to take so they resort to taking their lives instead. One in every 15,000 people is found positive for this disease although numbers may be higher considering cases of misdiagnosis…

This is a diagram of the trigeminal nerve, all three branches. some people are only affected in part of the nerve, one branch or even just part of a branch. I was "lucky" enough to have pain in all three branches as of this time.

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