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The feeling of acute pain in the face.
How do we put this? Imagine getting struck by lightning, in the face. The good news is trigeminal neuralgia doesn’t feel exactly like that, but it’s not fun. It’s a sharp, acute facial pain caused by damage to the protective coating of the fibers where the sensory nerve root enters the brain stem.
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