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Trigeminal neuralgia involving supraorbital and infraorbital nerves
Supraorbital neuralgia is a form of localized headache in or above the eyebrow with possible extension in the entire skin region of nerve V1. Supraorbital. Occipital neuralgia is a medical condition characterized by chronic pain in the upper neck, back The main symptom of occipital neuralgia is chronic headache . around or over the top of the head, sometimes up to the eyebrow or behind the eye.
Among other cranial neuropathies, Occipital Neuralgia is also known to.
What you need to know about occipital neuralgia
Trigeminal neuralgia causes facial nerve pain. of other causes of facial pain besides trigeminal neuralgia, including various unusual forms of headache.
Types of headache
Description:A defining feature of trigeminal neuralgia is the trigger zone-a small area in the central part of the face, usually on a cheek, nose, or lip, that, when stimulated, triggers a typical burst of pain. A light touch or vibration is the most effective trigger. Because of this, many common daily activities trigger the attacks. Washing your face, brushing your teeth, shaving, or talking Common sensations such as having wind hit your face Eating and chewing Many people avoid food and drink rather than experience the severe pain. These people risk weight loss and dehydration , a leading cause of hospitalization in this group.