Love your Diagnosis

Gael Nash talking about Trigeminal/Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia

October 09, 2021 Lainie Chait Season 1 Episode 3
Love your Diagnosis
Gael Nash talking about Trigeminal/Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia
Show Notes

In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Gael about her diagnosis of Trigeminal/Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia 

Gael's symptoms  began around 2014. On a daily basis, Gael would get severe razor like spasms under the left side of her tongue which would sometimes last for weeks or months and then short periods of no symptoms. At this stage she didn't feel the need to seek medical advice. As you'll hear, she is quite a stoic, determined lady.

After seeing a neurologist and discussing that his treatment to assist her was going to be  resolved by taking nerve blockers that are usually given to people with epilepsy or cranial surgery, she decided to walk away and seek help from an Integrative Health Doctor.

Together they came up with the fix using vitamin, mineral, herbal, and meditation healing treatments. Gael has been symptom free for about 18 months now.

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