Retinal migraines

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Retinal migraines

Post by monkeybus » Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:43 pm


Retinal migraines/silent migraines.

I have been talking about these for years, and it is gratifying to see it finally gets a write-up in the Guardian.
‘A shimmering spectrum of colour’ – the pain and beauty of retinal migraines
That's how they describe them. For me, more like an old, analogue TV that isn't tuned to any channel.
Composite: Getty Images/Guardian Design Team
I’m watching telly when I notice a bright green blotch appear on the corner of the screen. I assume this is a glitch with the programme and continue to gawp until the advert break. I get up and make a drink, then realise the green blotch has followed me into the kitchen and has been joined by a red one. The blotches are similar to the imprint a lightbulb makes on your vision if you stare at it for too long, so I ignore it.
That sounds about right to me. You can read the rest for yourself. I'll say this, though. The last time I had a retinal migraine, I had a two hour epileptic fit 30 minutes afterwards.

Mind how you go.

Here is the article: ... -migraines

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