can anyone help? Vision problems/migraine?28 views
I have been having a few vision problems since I started getting Migraines last september.
I seem to have grainy vision (visual snow) which fluctuates daily and is worse in the night time. I also have increased afterimages all the time esp with dark objects on a light backrgound.
I also sometimes get flickering vision sometimes when I wake or in bed at night.
I do not get such a strong headache recently but I have been doing yoga so maybe that helps but it is the visual thing that worries me.
I have been to see a neurologist but that that was mainly because of the onset of the migraines and also my right pupil is larger than the left which also started after my first Migraine. Was told it was either physlogical aniscoria or adie holmes pupil. The dismissed my constant visual thing and said that after images are normal.
even if i look at a dark object for a second i see the negative of it. I have heard of persistant migraine aura but doctor just seems to think I am anxious! Which by the way I am normally a pretty tough person and laid back and never worries and also never needs the doctor!
I have also had a few problems with inner ear infection(labrithitus) last year and i still get bouts of the vertigo every now and then but not sure if this is related? My ears always seem to be needing 'popped' Doc said this would go away over a few months and is a viral thing. I dont think it has actually gone fully.
I am female, 30, quite fit and eat fairly healthily and non smoker and not heavy drinker.
Any help/advice would be appreciated!
aussieca on 2008-08-14
♡ deoshlok last decade
The prescription above violates all three principles, and is a dangerous way to take remedies.
Be careful, some of the advice on this forum can be dangerous.
sameervermani last decade
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