What is meant by neuropathic pain?

What is neuropathy?
Nerve pain, also known as neuralgia or neuropathic pain, develops when an ailment affects the nerves that transmit sensations to the brain. It is a distinct form of pain that feels distinct from other types.

There are several forms of nerve pain, such as:

This may occur after having shingles (herpes zoster) and affects the same location as the shingles. Trigeminal rash — producing discomfort in the jaw or cheek
occipital — pain at the base of the skull that may progress to the back of the head pudendal — discomfort in the saddle region between the legs

What symptoms are associated with nerve pain?
Frequently, nerve pain resembles a shooting, stabbing, or burning feeling. Occasionally it may be as abrupt and jarring as an electric shock. People with neuropathic pain are often hypersensitive to touch or cold and might feel pain from stimuli that would not otherwise be harmful, such as skin-brushing.

It is often worse at night. It might range from minor to severe.Nerve discomfort often interferes with vital aspects of life, including sleep, sex, work, and exercise. 
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Posted in Daily News Summary on February 13 at 09:22 AM

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