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Trigeminal Neuralgia Troubling Salman Khan Again

by Kathy Jones on March 3, 2012 at 8:39 PM
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Salman Khan is once again suffering from pain in his jaw due to neuralgia in spite of undergoing surgery to correct the problem last year.

The 46-year old had flown to the United States last August to undergo a surgery for trigeminal neuralgia. After recovering from the surgery he started working on Yash Raj Films' Ek Tha Tiger which is being directed by Kabir Khan.


A source close to the actor revealed that the pain in his jaw returned when shooting for the film in Cuba last month. Speaking to the Hindustan Times, one of Salman's friends said that the actor is continuing to take medication for the problem. "Salman is on medication for the same. But he doesn't worry about it much. People suffer from all kinds of conditions - blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol. This too is a physical condition. This doesn't mean that it will deter Salman from living his life to the fullest", his friend said.

Source: Medindia


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