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Typical neuralgia. Side effects after taking medication. Suggestion?

sir, I,SATYANARAYANA SUFFERING WITH A TYPICAL NEURALGIA ( all teeths pulling and pain throughout the day , it is increasing day by day, i am suffering since one year , i am using homepathy medicine but i did not get any relief, recently i used tregator by doctors advice, but by using the drug some side effects occurred. can you give suggestion for the problem
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Dear it seems you are suffering from trigeminal neuralgia.Tegretol is the only treatment used with maximum effects to reliaf pain.Anyway you should consult your neurologist because if you are experiencing side effects it has to be stopped immediately and start using something else.If symptoms persist you have to think about surgery to permantly resolve the problem.It is a decision which is made after brain MRI.Dont hesitate to contact for further information wish you all the best
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