Ocular migraine

What is Ocular migraine?

A form of migraine with transient monocular vision loss, typically in young adults, which may or may not be associated with headache around the eye.

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I just went to the eye doctor for what symptoms seemed to fit ocular migraine. She said no, but that the blood vessels behind the eye were very...

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I can also take it as ocular migraine. If you have ocular migraine you may get vision loss or blindness in one eye for a short time less...

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I had a idiopathic seizure 3 months ago and related head injury (as I fell I hurt my forehead) and suffered a supraorbital "blow out" fracture....

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Thanks for posting your query.

With the history you have provided, I understand that you had idiopathic seizures on treatment and...

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I have dry eyes being treated with restasis I also have allergies. Lately I am being awakened in the middle of the night got with a sharp stabbing...

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Brief Answer:
Ocular migraine most likely(acephalgic ocular migraine)

Detailed Answer:
Most likely you are having ocular migraine.

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