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Side Effects of Botox for Migraines

Side Effects of Botox for Migraines

A migraine headache is a chronic neurological disorder, where patients usually have a throbbing pain on one side of the head. This could be accompanied by distorted vision, numbness, tingling, difficulty speaking and nausea. Patients usually have troubles focusing and...
Ocular Migraine Aura: What is It?

Ocular Migraine Aura: What is It?

An aura is the sensory-vision disturbances some migraine sufferers experience before their attacks. The exact cause of ocular migraine aura is unknown. However, some say it’s due to the part of your brain that receives signals from your senses being affected by an...
Ocular Migraine Stroke: A Brief Review

Ocular Migraine Stroke: A Brief Review

An ocular migraine occurs when blood flow to the eye is constricted by the tightening of surrounding blood vessels. This can cause temporary vision loss and distortion, and a type of pain that feels similar to a headache. The symptoms usually go away after 5 minutes...
Ocular Migraine Without A Headache

Ocular Migraine Without A Headache

Ocular migraines are a common type of a headache that can vary from person to person. Although migraines in other parts of the brain are accompanied by varying severities of pain, an ocular migraine without headache can occur with no pain at all. This is quite...