Facial pain

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i have chronic allergies to grass pollen post nasal drip earache itchy nose facial pain sore tongue lichen plantus white tongue tried all nasal...

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> Take montelukast one daily for one month. Research has shown that it decreases the allergic symptoms...

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i had an nasal injury 10 years back when i was fighting with my brother .i suffered a huge blow to my left part of face and my nose bleeded from...

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1. Trigeminal Neuralgia is a possibility according to your symptoms. Medications such as amitriptyline,...

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I take tramacet, axert, and cipralex.
I have been diagnosed with TMJ. my actual jaw...

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