The main symptom of a migraine headache is a throbbing pain that is generalized to one side of the head, notes WebMD. In the days leading up to the migraine, sufferers may experience depression or crankiness, restlessnes... More »

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Common symptoms of ocular migraines are vision problems affecting one eye, headaches that continue for four to 72 hours, nausea, vomiting, and light or sound sensitivity, says WebMD. Vision problems include flashing ligh... More »

Symptoms of an ocular migraine will usually affect both eyes and include flashes of light, blind spots, a zigzag pattern across the field of vision and shimmering spots, according to Mayo Clinic. These symptoms are usual... More »

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An individual suffering from a migraine headache experiences pain on one or both sides of the head, a pulsating and throbbing pain, blurred vision and sensitivity to sounds, smells and light, according to Mayo Clinic. So... More »

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The symptoms of a silent migraine typically mimic those of a migraine without headache pain, and they may include emotional shifts, vision changes, language difficulties, diarrhea and thirst, according to WebMD. Symptoms... More »

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To treat migraine headaches in children, adults can give the child a doctor-prescribed headache medicine or an acetaminophen or ibuprofen designed for children, notes WebMD. Putting a moist or cold cloth over the child's... More »

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An ocular migraine refers to a migraine headache that is accompanied by visual disturbances, such as blind spots or flashes of light, according to Mayo Clinic. The term may refer to migraines with auras, which doctors do... More »

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