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S to be pretty sensitive, meaning an attack can be brought on by day-to-day activities, like you mentioned, even just the wind blowing on your face. Do you have advice for those who suffer from trigeminal neuralgia on how to cope with these attacks on a daily basis? Dr. Mclaughlin: well, there is a fantastic book called striking back. I would highly recommend anybody with trigeminal neuralgia read it. It gives patients many resources on how to deal with this. It also gives support groups which can be local or national, or even international because if you can just get a chance to talk to somebody that has this, sometimes that can give you some comfort. In addition, obviously always trying to maintain your blood pressure, trying to remain healthy, trying to remain hydrated, trying to minimize stress in your life - those are the kind of things that can decrease your chances for an attack. But if an attack comes on you know it can be triggered by anything. Interestingly, sometimes like deep pressure to the skin, like if you push down hard, won’t elicit the pain at all. But a slight brushing of the face will cause it. Dale: interesting. So does trigeminal neuralgia tend to affect a certain age group or sex? And if so is there any reason for this? Dr. Mclaughlin: yes. Trigeminal neuralgia is about 1 in 10,000 in a population. It is slightly more prevalent in women. And typically in the 40/50/60 age bracket. Dale: and what are the treatment options for the disease? Dr. Mclaughlin: well as i said earlier, we try very hard to manage people with medication first. And there are some excellent medications. Typically they’re anti-seizure medicines. That is because it is presumed that this type of facial pain syndrome is like a seizure of the sensory nerve, of the trigeminal nerve goes to the face. So the best drug, the most successful drug is something called tegretol carbamazepine. This drug works by stabilizing the membranes of the nerves and it can decrease the attacks. Giving this drug is also helpful from a diagnostic standpoint because if people respond to the tegretol that is almost pathognomonic as a diagnosis that a person does have trigeminal neuralgia. So we use it for both for diagnostic purposes and therapeutic purposes. There are some other medications, typically neurontin or gabapentin, that can be used. That is another medicine that works quite well. So we always try first to manage people with medications. The problem is some people are allergic.

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