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I've had blurry vision followed by a horrible headache several times in the last month. I also have regular headaches almost daily. Should I see my dr?

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Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Most definitely

Sounds like worsening of your daily headaches plus blurry vision.
I'd make appointment immediately. Although, it may be nothing serious, there may also be rare but serious conditions such as temporal arteriitis that requires prompt attention.

In brief: Most definitely

Sounds like worsening of your daily headaches plus blurry vision.
I'd make appointment immediately. Although, it may be nothing serious, there may also be rare but serious conditions such as temporal arteriitis that requires prompt attention.
Dr. Pavel Conovalciuc
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Dr. Beth Friedland
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

This could be a sign of a migraine precursor or aura, or something more serious.
You should be seen by a neurologist or a neuro- ophthalmologist who will check for any permanent vision changes and monitor your peripheral vision, possibly recommending other diagnostic tests.

In brief: Yes

This could be a sign of a migraine precursor or aura, or something more serious.
You should be seen by a neurologist or a neuro- ophthalmologist who will check for any permanent vision changes and monitor your peripheral vision, possibly recommending other diagnostic tests.
Dr. Beth Friedland
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Dr. Amy Wexler
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

Your symptoms may be migraines, but you should definitely see your internist or family physician for a check up.
It will be helpful to keep a headache diary, so your doctor can see if there are any triggers to your headaches, such as food or activity.

In brief: Yes

Your symptoms may be migraines, but you should definitely see your internist or family physician for a check up.
It will be helpful to keep a headache diary, so your doctor can see if there are any triggers to your headaches, such as food or activity.
Dr. Amy Wexler
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Dr. Pedro Hernandez
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Agree

Also check your blood pressure and your medicines.

In brief: Agree

Also check your blood pressure and your medicines.
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Dr. David Sachs
Ophthalmology

In brief: Migraine

What you are describing sounds like a migraine with a visual aura.
It sounds like they have been occuring frequently , so i would recommend that you see your primary care dr. For a full headache evaluation. If it is a migraine a lot of the times your dr can give you medicine to help prevent the migraine as well as decrease the time that you have the headache.

In brief: Migraine

What you are describing sounds like a migraine with a visual aura.
It sounds like they have been occuring frequently , so i would recommend that you see your primary care dr. For a full headache evaluation. If it is a migraine a lot of the times your dr can give you medicine to help prevent the migraine as well as decrease the time that you have the headache.
Dr. David Sachs
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