Neuralgia in a sentence as a noun

Turns out after a CT scan to be stress activated trigeminal neuralgia.

Is there some rational reason you downvoted this?He was taking tylenol for neuralgia.

Le-mark I suffer from occipital neuralgia as well.

A distinction needs to be made between a situation that has a solution and one that doesn't. Consider refractory cancer, or a severe neuralgia.

I'd be curious to see how chronic pain fits into the equation.. I developed a fairly severe neuralgia and it dropped my quality of life about 3 or 4 points on a 1-10 scale.

Instead I've been diagnosed by pain management as having intercostal neuralgia of the first rib and possible costochondritis.

The relevant disorder would be trigeminal neuralgia, which causes severe and lasting pain, but is almost always a product of compression, inflammation, or demyelination of the nerve.

Yeah, the stuff is not fun -- I was prescribed it about a decade ago to deal with neuralgia-related sleep disturbance -- took it once, felt like I was being dragged under water by some unseen hand and couldn't come up -- the fear set in -- discarded remainder + never took again.

Neuralgia definitions


acute spasmodic pain along the course of one or more nerves

See also: neuralgy