Ocular migraines may go by other names, such as visual, retinal, ophthalmic or monocular migraines. The term “ocular” means “pertaining to the eyes.” By now, you must know that migraines can be accompanied by visual problems. These visual disturbances are termed “auras” and usually occur in both eyes. What sets ocular migraines apart is that the visual problems occur in only one eye. It can be hard to discriminate whether you’re having symptoms or not in one eye only. If you’re not so sure, cover one eye and then the other.
What is an Ocular Migraine?
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