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Hello! Is there anybody who could tell me more about silent migranes. Thank you!

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Hi! Silent migranes are commonly called eye migraines, but they're actually a group of different types of migraine, including ocular migraines, ophthalmic migraines, acephalgic migraine, phthalmoplegic migraines. Eye migraines – silent migraine: you may get strange visual disturbances, usually lasting less than an hour, but no headache. It needs to be treated in basically the same way as any other type of migraine. Ocular migraines are quite rare. You can get partial or complete blindness, usually in just one eye. This lasts less than an hour. Sometimes it comes with a headache, sometimes it doesn't. Ocular migraine occurs repeatedly, though not usually in a regular pattern. You could go days or years between attacks. Ophthalmic migraine has the same symptoms as the ocular migraine but occurs at the height of the migraine, and most often occur in young men. Ophthalmoplegic migraine: This headache is usually severe, and is accompanied by weakness in one or more of the eye muscles. You may experience temporary double vision, drooping eyelid, or dilated pupil. Most often this problem is diagnosed in children. All of these migraines should be followed by doctor’s supervision.
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