About Me: Female, 28, United Kingdom, member since Jun 2010
Hi everyone. My name is Una and i'm from the UK.
I have an 8 month daughter. Was diagonised with trigemional neuralgia in April 2010 and my life has changed completely. L
[More]ooking for some support and advice on this condition.
Thanks. I feel ok myself. I am currently trying to determine if what I have is Trigeminal Neuralgia or not. I'm also dealing with other health issues and that's why I am not quick to respond to people on here. I appreciate any support, as I am sure you do. I just take things one day at a time. That's all any of us can do. Take care.
Tbh, it was a waste of time. He's reduced the carbamazepine to just 100mg a day to see if that helps with the side effects but I dont see any point in taking it at all because it doesnt get rid of the pain, just makes me drowsy. He doesnt know what could be causing the other symptoms ive been getting but said to reduce the meds to see if thats what is causing all these symptoms.
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