Would you have Swollen gums (Gums - swollen) when you have Trigeminal neuralgia?
Summary: Swollen gums is reported only by a few people with Trigeminal neuralgia.
We study 2 people who have Swollen gums (Gums - swollen) and Trigeminal neuralgia from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Trigeminal neuralgia (a painful condition of the nerve responsible for most facial sensation) can be treated by Tegretol, Carbamazepine, Gabapentin, Lyrica, Trileptal, Baclofen. (latest reports from 4,168 Trigeminal Neuralgia patients)
Swollen gums (swelling of gums) has been reported by people with metastases to bone, osteoporosis, breast cancer, high blood pressure, multiple myeloma. (latest reports from 2,628 Swollen gums patients)
On Jan, 27, 2015: 2 people who have trigeminal neuralgia and Swollen Gums are studied.
Gender of people who have trigeminal neuralgia and experienced Swollen gums * :
|Swollen gums||100.00%||0.00% |
Age of people who have trigeminal neuralgia and experienced Swollen gums * :
|Swollen gums||0.00%||0.00%||0.00%||0.00%||0.00%||50.00%||0.00%||50.00% |
Severity of the symptom * :
Top co-existing conditions for these people * :
- Eye pain (1 people, 50.00%)
- Pain (1 people, 50.00%)
- Neuralgia (1 people, 50.00%)
Most common drugs used by these people * :
- Prevacid (1 people, 50.00%)
- Lyrica (1 people, 50.00%)
- Tegretol (1 people, 50.00%)
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
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So I'm writing this to hopefully shed light to other users in the same position I was in. I had taken Wellbutrin for about 4 years. The pain experienced in my face was excruciatingly painful. It was just on one side of my face between my temple and upper lip. All the symptoms reflected Trigeminal Neuralgia. But even with an MRI nothing could be found. I suffered for 3 of those years with pain coming and going, not understanding what was going on. Finally one day I decided hell with Wellbutrin and just stopped taking it. It's been 6 months now and I have yet to have a single shred of pain. Coincidence? I doubt it.
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- Psoratic arthritis and trigeminal neuralgia
hi i suffer from psorisis and psoratic athritis i was just diagnosed with trigeminal neuralgia i was looking for the connection between the two and i see that there is one from your study
the thing is all 13 people in the study said to have psoriatic arthropathy yet only one said to have psoratic arthritis yet to the best of my knowledge it is the same condition just a diffrent name which means all those studied have psoratic arthritis like me
also i have not been taking those medicines in the study yet i have the same condition so if you take me into account could be the oly conecction between all of us is the psorisis and psoratic arthritis and not the medicine
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My mom suffered from acute facial nerve pain for almost last 8 years which was diagnosed for Trigeminal Neuralgia. The pain started suddenly and she started and continued the treatment with Lyrica. In the beginning, the pain would go away after several months and start again in a year or two. However, the intervals between the pain periods narrowed until they became more often despite the fact that she was never off the adjusted dosages of Lyrica. what's more, her Dr. added Oxcarbazepine (Trileptal)as he lowered the Lyrica as the result of extreme sleepiness side affect for Lyrica.
As the pain continued without relief, the dosages also adjusted. However, she started a severe case of muscle jerks whenever she moved around like standing up, walk or used her legs or hands. She was not able to live without constant assistance due to the sudden unpredictable muscle convulsion / jerks (similar to "knee jerks" when stimulated). None of the dr.s could determine what was going on. Until ONE Neurologist who treated my mom during her hospitalization following a fall, said that the muscle jerks/convulsions were noted as drug Trieptal side effect. NO WHERE and NO other source my family or I had ever come upon warned about this. That Dr.'s opinion was CONFIRMED when my mom started to slowly get off the Trileptal. Unfortunately, I still haven't seen any warning about this side effect related to the Trileptal. Of course, we are aware of the fact that not every patient might not have affected by this side effect, however, as long as that Dr. advised us and the symptom does subsiding by Trileptal/oxcarbazepine dose reduction from my mom's medication, I think this is necessary to be immediately addressed and studied by the medical society and the Pharma. co. who is making the drug.
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