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Trigeminal Neuralgia->bad winter for me. Spring has been better. But the WIND---> is my major trigger. So when it is windy or windy and rainy I'm a huge mess. Or windy, cold and rainy or anything else. You get the idea

Trigeminal Neuralgia->bad winter for me. But the WIND---> is my major trigger. So when it is windy or windy and rainy I'm a huge mess. Or windy, cold and rainy or anything else.

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The details may be a bit different, but I understand exactly what she's saying. The pain is unrelenting and often sneaks past the pain medications in my system.

Trigeminal Neuralgia - Trigeminal Nerves

Branches of facial nerve: Temporal, Zygomatic, Buccal, Mandibular, Cervical (Ten Zebras Bought My Car or To Zanzibar By Motor Car)

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8th hussars- Capt. Edward Seager rode in the Charge of the light brigade in October 1854. He survived the bloody charge. Seager was one of the very few cavalry colonels to have risen from the ranks. He enlisted in 1830 and became adjutant in 1841 at the age of 28. He reached the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in April 1859 and commanded the 8th Hussars, most notably in India, until 1865. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-General and died in March 1883.

8th hussars- Capt. Edward Seager rode in the Charge of the light brigade in October 1854. He survived the bloody charge. Seager was one of the very few cavalry colonels to have risen from the ranks. He enlisted in 1830 and became adjutant in 1841 at the age of 28. He reached the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in April 1859 and commanded the 8th Hussars, most notably in India, until 1865. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-General and died in March 1883.