Is double vision and headache a sign of migraine?

Can be. Ophthalmoplegic migraine affecting the eye muscles, can be an emergency.
It may be. A small minority of migraine suffers have these symptoms but most generally do not. If the symptoms are new, see an eye doctor right away.

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