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Salman Khan flying to US for nerve treatment

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Actor Salman Khan, who is waiting to release his movie Bodyguard, is now flying to the United States to undergo treatment for a nerve disorder. According to sources, the Bollywood actor is suffering from Trigeminal Neuralgia, which causes intense pain in the face. So he is likely to leave for a surgery either tomorrow or day after.

Previously, it was reported earlier about Salman Khan's health issues and his family had denied the claims. But his brother Sohail Khan confirmed earlier this week that he is suffering from a nerve problem. Now, his bodyguard Shera has told PTI, "He is suffering from acute pain in his jaw. He will go to the US for treatment."

Salman Khan himself revealed, "The pain is a bit too much now. So I am going now to the US to get it fixed...There is constant pain and if you google this thing you will find out that the amount of pain it causes results in maximum amount of suicides. If there was a choice to give this pain to my worst enemy I would not give it. They wouldn't be able to take it."

The Bollywood actor, “There is a nerve that comes out of the brain and goes into three parts -- left side of the head, upper jaw and cheek. During Partner (2007), it started on the top left side of my face. So whenever it would get pressed it gave me a solid current. Then during Veer (2010), the pain came down towards the lower jaw and it was so painful that it used to take me about an hour and half to eat omelet."

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