Asked in HealthMigraine Headaches
Are there migraines that only affect your vision?
November 02, 2011 10:11AM
Ocular migraines usually only effect one eye and are caused by restriction of blood flow to that eye. During an ocular migraine a person typically experiences loss of sight or blurred vision for a temporary period of time. Once the ocular migraine goes away the person will often have a headache but this does not always occur.