Although doctors don't know the exact causes of an ocular migraine, there is some indication that it might be the result of spasms in the blood vessels that flow through the retina (located at the back of the eye). The effect causes changes which spread across nerve cells. This is a rare condition, but because of the danger of permanent vision loss in one eye, it is important for sufferers to talk to their family physician for solutions.
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