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(Cape Cod, Massachusetts)
You don't mention TN. 4% of us MSers have it. It is a painful condition. Could you put information on it because I could not find anything about it when I first looked. People with MS say that it is the worst and I personally agree.
Reply: Hi Susan,
I think I may have mentioned it somewhere along the way. But I will take this time to do an actual page about it and add a link on the MS and other conditions page.
There are so many conditions that should be listed there. Eventually I will get to all of them. Thanks so much for making the request. If you know of any other conditions that should be addressed, please let me know and I will do my best to add them to our site.
Trigeminal neuralgia is a nerve disorder that is often misdiagnosed. If diagnosed sooner rather than later, it can be better treated with less damage to nerve pathways.
For more information, click here to go to the MS and more conditions page and from there to the TN page.
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