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Symptoms of trigeminal neuralgia include numbness along the nerve path, increased sensitivity of skin, stabbing and sharp pains, constant burning sensation, weakness, paralysis of muscles etc. Neuralgia is the condition referring to burning, stabbing and severe pain that occurs along the damaged nerves. It may occur anywhere in the body that is most common in neck and face. Trigeminal neuralgia is associated with the pain from trigeminal nerve that goes from brain to face. Particularly the cause of pain occurs when the blood vessels are pressed down on trigeminal nerve where it meets the brain stem. This condition causes the pain in face it usually occurs on one side. It is more common in elder people. Causes of this condition are diabetes, pressure on nerves, chronic kidney disease, certain medications, blood diseases, trauma, chemical irritation etc.