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Ocular Migraine vs. Visual Migraine — What is the Difference?

Not all migraine sufferers experience the head pain commonly associated with migraine attacks. Some people experience a type of silent migraine with visual disturbance but no head pain. “Ocular migraine” also known as “retinal migraine” is often confused with “visual migraine” which is a symptom of visual changes or vision loss resulting from the aura phase of the common migraine. However, for people who experience ocular migraines, the visual changes are a little different and can be very frightening as...
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