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What is Ocular Migraine?

Description of the disease:

Ocular migraine, or visual migraine, is a form of migraine in which temporary visual disturbances occur. It usually manifests as flashes of light, shimmering or black spots in the field of vision.


  • Migraine with aura
  • Migraine without aura


  • Flashes of light in the vision
  • Shimmering
  • Black spots


The exact causes of ocular migraine are unknown, but it is believed to be related to changes in the blood vessels of the eye and brain.


Diagnosis of ocular migraine involves an ophthalmologist examination, as well as various vision tests and examination of the fundus of the eye.


Drugs aimed at reducing the frequency and intensity of attacks, as well as relieving symptoms, may be used to treat ocular migraine.


Prevention of ocular migraine includes avoiding factors that contribute to its onset, as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle.


To diagnose and treat ocular migraine, it is advisable to consult an ophthalmologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.