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Is trigeminal neuralgia hereditary?

Trigeminal neuralgia has currently not been found to be hereditary. It is often caused by a blood vessel pressing against the trigeminal nerve. It is most common in people with multiple sclerosis and is rarely caused by tumors. Direct injury to the nerve, such as oral surgery or stroke, can also be the cause.

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