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Cold sores have painful symptoms. Facial nerve pain after the herpes simplex virus HSV-1 has been activated is less common, but it can occur. Other medical conditions affect the nerves in the face, so a self-diagnosis can be difficult. Responsible for most of your facial sensations, the trigeminal nerve is adversely affected by HSV This is where the virus resides before traveling down the nerve to the area of the lips and mouth the position where you got your first cold sore. This same nerve can also be compromised during more common illnesses, such as cold and flu.
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What is trigeminal neuralgia? What causes trigeminal neuralgia? What are the symptoms of trigeminal neuralgia? Who is affected? How is TN diagnosed?
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Facial neuropathy, or facial nerve palsy, is a nervous system disorder that is usually caused by another disease which is referred to as the primary disease. The most common primary diseases that are associated with facial neuropathy are autoimmune deficiency disorder, Lyme disease, or the presence of a tumor that affects the normal operation of the cranial nerves. The symptoms are highly diverse from one individual to another and range from headaches, facial drooping especially of the cheeks, facial paralysis, and difficulty with muscle movements of the face.
Trigeminal Neuralgia is a disorder of the 5th cranial nerve, which affects the face, eyes, nose, lips, teeth, gums, tongue, and scalp. Due to its painful symptoms and the general lack of knowledge about TN, it has become the focal point of Facial Pain Association. Our goal is to spread the word and find a cure.