What is Neuralgia?
The term neuralgia refers to a combination of two words "neuro" meaning relating to nerves and "algesia" meaning sensitivity to pain. Neuralgia therefore describes pain felt in one or more nerves.
There are two main types of neuralgia which are categorised according to the location of the pain:
This describes neuralgia originating in the spinal cord or brain.
This refers to neuralgia originating in the peripheral nervous system.
Common symptoms are:
- Stabbing pain that follows the path of a nerve.
- Persistent aching or burning pain.
- Tingling or numbness.
- Muscle weakness.
- Involuntary muscle twitching or cramping.
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NEUREX tablets are analgesic for sharp and shooting pain along the nerve path that is associated with burning and tingling sensation. Alleviates persistent aching, involuntary muscle twitching, muscular weakness and cramping.