Suggest treatment for vision loss in eye and migraine headache
Probable ocular migraine, to exclude TIA
I read your question carefully and I understand your concern.
This symptom doesn't look to be a case of floaters, floaters do not cause complete loss of vision. Such transitory loss of vision, otherwise called amaurosis fugax, is usually due to other causes such as ocular migraine, an emboli to the retinal artery or a transient ischemic attack (TIA).
I would say an ocular migraine is perhaps more compatible with the described episode, it would also be the best scenario. However TIA events should be taken seriously as they may be heralds of a future stroke. So to be safe I would suggest an evaluation from an ophthalmologist and even if that results normal an ultrasound exam of the carotid arteries, because TIAs are usually due to atherosclerotic plaques in the carotid artery.
I remain at your disposal for other questions.
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