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What is trigeminal neuralgia facial pain?

Trigeminal neuralgia facial pain is spasmodic pain felt on one or in rare cases, both sides of the face. The pain is caused by pressure on the trigeminal nerve. The pain is felt for a few seconds or minutes and returns every few hours. The pain is described as shooting or sharp in most people.

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