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Pain In Left Side Of Head/Neck/Face! Please Help! URGENT.

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  • Wow Robby,

    Hopefully you will find that medication is all that is needed to keep this in check? I know I would be doing happy feet after all this time now knowing a diagnosis is in hand. The other part of me of course would then be wondering, "What is this all going to mean in the long run?" Please let us know what they tell you, and too what relief they can get for you. *HUGZ*

    Brenda
    PCTF C4 - T2, Laminectomies C5, C6 & C7. Severe Palsy left arm/hand.
  • Hi Robby,

    Don't know if you are still dealing with this, but I had a similar thing as what you had. Severe pain. I was literally pounding my head against the wall because it felt better that the pain. I went to doctor and they could not figure it out. My dentist is who diagnosed me and I went back to my doctor and they gave me an anti-seizure prescription and it knocked it out on the first pill. When I was in my early teens, I had it to and spent 2 weeks in the hospital only to be released with no cure. It comes and goes. I have only had it happen twice in my 54 years of age. And it could come back again, that is how I found your post because I am having the symptoms return now. Here is a link for you to look at. They don't call it the suicide disease for nothing. The pain is excruciatingly severe. I know!!
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigeminal_neuralgia
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  • Sounds like tmj. Check teeth to
  • rml129rrml129 BuffaloPosts: 1
    Have you been looked at for Trigeminal Neuralgia?


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