Salman’s nerve ailment makes a comeback?

Zeenews Bureau

Mumbai: One would think that after an elaborate medical treatment in USA, Salman Khan’s dreaded nerve ailment would be gone for good. But sources have stated that Salman has of late been complaining of a jaw pain.

Last year, in August, Salman underwent treatment for Trigeminal Neuralgia, a rare nervous disorder. Post the treatment, Salman recuperated for a while in the USA before joining Katrina Kaif and rest of the crew in London to shoot for Kabir Khan’s ‘Ek Tha Tiger’.

Salman had even assured his fans that he was doing well. But last month while shooting in Cuba for the same film, Salman reportedly experienced pain in his jaw.

Speaking to a tabloid, a source said, “Salman is feeling a knot in his jaw.”

Last year, the pain had led to Salman’s treatment and subsequent surgery. The pain was so acute that the star was unable to eat properly. Even though the recent pains are less in intensity, concern over the actor’s health has been worrying his near and dear ones.

Some attribute the intense action scenes on the sets of ETT as the main cause of the pain. But a source from the unit said that Salman never showed any sign of discomfort while he was shooting.

A close friend of the actor said, “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”.

Salman has been suffering of this disorder for the past seven years and post surgery he was said to be absolutely fine.

When the tabloid tried to contact Khan, he remained unavailable for comment.

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