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Light-headed, mild eye pain, feeling nauseaous?

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Dr. Mark Sacher
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In brief: Possibly migraines

Jimmy appears to have migraine headache.
Many times associated with headaches are pain behind the eyes, nausea, vomiting, blurry vision, bothered by light. I suggest you ask your doctor to send you for a brain MRI because your doctor wants to be sure that other causes of nausea and eye pain are ruled out. Symptoms as you described can be caused by other factors and may appear as a migraine.

In brief: Possibly migraines

Jimmy appears to have migraine headache.
Many times associated with headaches are pain behind the eyes, nausea, vomiting, blurry vision, bothered by light. I suggest you ask your doctor to send you for a brain MRI because your doctor wants to be sure that other causes of nausea and eye pain are ruled out. Symptoms as you described can be caused by other factors and may appear as a migraine.
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