Weather effect on tn

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My face has started hurting more with all the rain storms coming in from tge north an supposedly there is a front as well so my my cheek started getting pressure with a little teeth pain feels like someone is pressing on my face my tn is wierd because its constantly giving me pressure

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    Yes, the weather and pressure has a direct effect on my Dad too. His specialist agreed too.

    Even I can tell when he's having a bad day before I see him!

    Hope your storm passes quickly.

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    Spikey-footed spider crawling across my cheek before a flare up and in very windy or cold weather - makes for severe pain becoming intolerable and incapacitating.
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    Hi, I have had TN for about 8 years and I am sure atmospheric pressure makes it worse.  Heavy low cloud, damp weather, heavy rain and humidity all affect it.  I am concerened that flying in a pressurised cabin could bring it on too.

    Unfortunately there seems to be little you can do about it.

    Hope the storms don't last long.

    Sally

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    I'm strongly suspecting atmospheric pressure has an effect.  My three most recent significant flare-ups were two trips to NY, from the South, and when a hurricane came close to where I live.  I'm too afraid to get on a plane!

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      Hi Lisa, Thanks for replying.  I also have MS and find the weather affects that too, humidity makes me feel as if I have hit a brick wall but pressure really affects TN and nothing seems to help.  I too am terrified to fly.

      Sally 

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