I was recently diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia. The pain is so severe at times that I can do nothing but stand there and scream until it passes. It is affecting the nerve on the right side of my face. Two days ago my right arm, hands and finger tips have become numb. Today the toes on my right foot are numb. What is happening to me? I don't have medical insurance to explore the possibilities, I need and idea of where to begin. I've already seen a dentist, thinking that it was a tooth problem instead of a facial nerve problem, and he sent me to a oral surgeon who made the diagnosis but could not treat it. Has anyone heard of a corrilation between having Trigeminal Neuralgia and same side body numbness. Please Help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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