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Full Question: I just wanted to know if migraines can cause blind spots to enlargen, and cause gradual blindness.
The reason I ask Is because I find my blind spots getting bigger, and I really have not looked into this matter till now.
When I have had my chronic cluster migraines it took up to 2 and a half days before full vision came back. Can you please help? Carmen
Your question doesn't make your background very clear. What kind of blind spots are you talking about? Permanent blind spots in your field of vision?
During a Migraine, the intraocular pressure (pressure within the eye) is increased. Over time, repeated Migraine attacks can, in some patients, damage the optic nerve, resulting in glaucoma. There is a form of glaucoma called low-tension glaucoma in which the optic nerve is damaged even though the intraocular pressure is usually within "normal" limits. Some glaucoma experts theorize that this form of glau...
It should be considered that there are many symptoms of TMJ disorder . Everyone is different, therefore the disorder can and does manifest itself in a variety of ways. Although this is by no means an exclusive list, the following are symptoms a patient with TMJ disorder might experience. Eye Pain and Eye Problems: Bloodshot eyes Blurring of vision Eye pain above, below and behind eye Pressure behind eyes Light sensitivity Watering of the eyes Head Pain, Headache Problems, Facial Pain: Migraines Forehead pain Cluster headaches "Sinus Type" headache Hair and/or scalp painful or sensitive to touch Headaches at the back of the head, with or without shooting pain Teeth and Gum Problems: Clenching during the day or at night Grinding teeth at night (bruxism) Tooth pain Sensitive teeth Mouth, Face, Cheek, and Chin Problems: Discomfort or pain to any of these areas Pain in cheek muscles Uncontrollable tongue movemen...
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