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... hope not for your sake I really hate migraines (17 replies)
... d lasted 20 mins no headache , second one started about 9 pm this time left eye lasted about 20 mins then again at 1am slight headache then went to bed woke up with one and had a headache ever since. First time I have ever had that many in a row. I have had then one time two in a week but never back to back like that. ... (17 replies)
... I don't know if its normal but I do this too more than your doing. Last month I had one in right eye it cleared then left eye back to back. That was a first for me. I have had them for at least 10 years maybe more. I did get full migraines when I was young. I sometimes have a headache after them. I think the doctors know much about them. (17 replies)

... Hello . I have had these things for years usually 4 are 5 a year . They always start out with the little blob in the middle of vision with the zig zag lines like lighting all different colors and they will float out of my vision from the left to right making a big back wards C ... ... (17 replies)
... I wish you lots of luck with the biopsy and I expect you are right that they will find no problem with your eyes. ... (5 replies)
... Have you had a headache with these as well? ... (5 replies)
Ocular Migraine
May 23, 2006
... I've been having occasional migraine with aura for 8 years now. ... (21 replies)
... however, it can produce the perception of floaters. So, in the case of a persistent aura it would be difficult to tell if the floaters were real or perceived. ... (7 replies)
Ocular Migraine
Sep 24, 2005
... There is much confusion over the term "ocular migraine". Most people get a classic migraine aura, with or without headache. This is a result of electrical and vascular activity in the brain. ... (1 replies)
... I have this strange thing with my vision. If I look to the far right or left I see a spot... it's gray and somewhat translucent. This also happens when I look upwards. ... (3 replies)
... From your description, it does sound like migraine aura and in your case, ocular migraine. It was good that you had an MRI done to rule out any brain related issue. ... (1 replies)
... You describe a classic migraine aura. Having more than one in a day is nothing to worry about. I once had three in one day. It depends what is triggering them. ... (5 replies)
... I am suffering from ocular migraine frequently I do not get a headache It starts with a white blind spot sometimes ,other times it starts with a shiny hairlike line that gets bigger ,and bigger, turns to colour ,moves across my vision within 30 minutes, sometimes affecting both eyes other times only one eye is affected I got really scared of this blindness and went and had... (7 replies)
... I have persistant migraine aura and I've developed some new floaters at the same time. ... (7 replies)
Stationary spots
Feb 15, 2008
... I don't know if this is significant, but I noticed that a "new" one will appear opaque black when I look at a fluroscent light with sunglassses on, then appear light grey when I take them off. ... (15 replies)
Ocular Migraine
May 23, 2006
... I just wanted to let you know that I have ocular migraines.... Have had them since I was 17 and yes they are terrifying! ... (21 replies)
Ocular Migraine
May 23, 2006
... I'm sure your doctor is just being cautious with the MRI. Ocular migraines are pretty common, as are migraines. So worrying about "what if's" won't help you if they are migraines. ... (21 replies)
Ocular Migraine
May 22, 2006
... There are lots of other symptoms with a migraine aura, eg., numbness on one side, difficulty speaking, reading. ... (21 replies)
... I was going to say it sounds like migraine aura until you said it happens in one eye only. ... (6 replies)
... It sounds like a migraine aura. You don't need to get a headache to have the visual effects. ... (2 replies)




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