Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Having migraines might seem like the worst thing that can happen to you in a day. Dealing with a thumping headache, at times feeling nauseated or becoming increasingly sensitive to bright lights—these can heavily affect your work. A certain kind of migraine, however, could cause temporary, even permanent, vision loss to one eye: ocular migraine. Thwarting the risk of permanent vision loss begins with a visit to a Clayton, NC eye doctor if your migraine is almost always preceded by a temporary vision loss or blurred vision in one eye.