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Facial pain?

Pierre AUBINEAU pierre.aubineau at esa5017.u-bordeaux2.fr
Mon May 26 11:03:01 EST 1997


Maybe it has something to do with a disease named "tic douloureux" which
lasts also a few seconds and is accompanied by movements of some muscles of
the face.
Concerning the occurence in planes, in many pathologies related to
migraine, the occurence of attacks is favored by low oxygen pressures, like
in mountains or in jets.
The best thing you can do is to consult a specialist of migraine headache
and relared troubles, since it is very difficult to diagnose some of these
pathologies without an extensive examination.

Michael E. Kling <mkling at rollanet.org> a écrit dans l'article
<01bc649b$472ef720$6ba02f90 at mcpc0107.er.usgs.gov>...
> What newsgroup is best suited to find information about facial pain that
> only hits one side of the face and only when in a low pressure
environment
> such as in a jet, and only when the jaw moves. It's an electrical-shock
> type pain that only lasts for a few seconds, and then that side of my
face
> tingles for about an hour.
> 
> Thanks.
> Mike Kling   mkling at rollanet.org
> 



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