It is acute, strong, burning, paroxysmal penetrated pain, spreading along the course of the affected nerve. As a result, pain occurs not only where there is some damage to the tissues or organs of the body, but also in healthy tissues where the nerve passes. The longer the pain lasts, the more sensitive it is to the nerve cells of the spinal cord and brain.

Frequent forms of neuralgic pain **

Neuralgia of the trigeminal nerve

There are short, up to 2 minutes, pain attacks comparable to pain during an electric shock, in the cheek, upper and lower jaw, rarely in the superciliary. An attack of pain can also cause lacrimation, redness and swelling of the skin on the side of the lesion. In cold weather, the likelihood of seizures is higher.

Intercostal neuralgia

Pain that occurs along the ribs. Pain is the only symptom and is not associated with trauma or with any pathological changes in the organs of the chest. Strengthens with movements, bends of the trunk, with inspiration. Coughing and sneezing also causes an attack of pain.

The main goal of neuralgia treatment

This is the elimination of the pain syndrome, the prevention of subsequent seizures, and the elimination of the cause, when it is detected. Therefore, one of the first used painkillers. Also, inflammatory agents that affect the metabolism of the nervous tissue, for example, B vitamins, are often used. In the absence of contraindications, various treatment regimens for physiotherapy are prescribed.

What can cause neuralgia*

Effectively "Trigan-D" cope with the pain of

nerve trauma
pinching of nerve fibers, for example, spasmodic muscles
inflammatory lesions
frequent hypothermia
neoplasms, tumors