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Can ocular migraines cause sensitivity to light in eyes?

Not usually. Ocular migraines usually cause you to see colored light or blackening of your vision for 15 to 20 minutes at a time. It is painless and does not cause light sensitivity. Classic migraines, however, can cause severe light sensitivity are very painful. The two conditions are often linked. Read more...

What to do about my sensitivity to light that triggers my migraine?

Meds. Sunshine and bright lights are clearcut triggers for migraines in many. Best to prevent headaches via approved medications, but otc preventatives could include butterbur, feverfew, riboflavin and/or co-q-10. Read more...

No sinus or dental problems and have had sensitivity to light could this be from migraine I have never had one last this long it has been 3 days?

Yes. Sensitivity to light or photophobia is quite common in bad migraines. The duration is not atypical, but if it continues, you could be suffering "chronic daily migraines" and well of value to have your physician abort the pattern ASAP. Read more...

Can I be sure dizziness, nausea, sensitivity to light, and dull head pressure (no extreme pain) is actually migraine? Can it be something else?

See your PCP. Migraine is a complex disorder and in order to receive proper treatment for migraine, a correct diagnosis must be made. See your PCP for consultation and migraine management. Read more...

I had chills last night with a head ache, pelvic discomfort, nausea, and sensitivity to light. Is this just a migraine or is there something else?

Get evaluated. Migraine is the answer to complex symptoms when all other causes can be ruled out. You may have a bad infection, toxic reaction, or metabolic condition that needs urgent attention. If no other cause can be found, then, yes, is could be just migraine. Read more...

I've had a migraine for two weeks with nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, dizziness, trouble talking and thinking, and intense pain. I've had a ct and been on every pain med. What can this be?

Migraine. can still be migraines that are poorly controlled. May need to switch medications and get on some preventative medications to abort these. Read more...
Status migrainus. An unrelenting headache with associated photophobia, sonophobia and cognitive impairment that does not resolve with a good nights sleep requires further investigation. Migraine is not usually managed with pain medication unless the goal is to induce sleep. Use of abortive treatments like DHE, and triptans may be unsafe (complicated migraine if speech affected) You need a diagnosis / LP / care ! Read more...
Migraine. Stop puzzling, you have migraine headaches, pure and simple. Why are you on pain medications, as this approach assures more intense and more frequent headaches. Time to see a neurologist. Read more...