Ocular Migraine: What Is It And Why Am I Suddenly Getting It?

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Introduction to Ocular Migraine

Have you ever experienced unusual visual disturbances, like flashing lights or blind spots, without experiencing a headache? If so, you may have had an ocular migraine. Ocular migraines are a unique form of migraine that primarily affects your vision, rather than causing the typical throbbing head pain associated with migraines. In this article, we’ll explore what exactly ocular migraines are, their possible triggers, why you might suddenly start experiencing them, and how to manage and prevent them.

Now let’s dive deeper into the world of ocular migraines and uncover what causes these perplexing visual disturbances.

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