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A severe, recurring, and throbbing headache, usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound, is called a migraine. It generally affects only one side of the head. Hormonal changes, stress, depression, anxiety, insufficient sleep, dehydration, and strong smells can trigger a migraine.

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What is the reason for blurry vision while waking up?

Query: Hi doctor,I am 18 years old and my eye vision become blurry black for a second and returns back to normal while waking up. It happens since when I was 7 years old. Now, it did not happen for two and a half months.  Read Full »

Dr. M. Anjali Shelbi

Answer: Hello, Welcome to You have occasional transient vision loss due to migraine. It is commonly present in your age group. Orthostatic hypotension can cause brief episodes of bilateral vision loss or blurring if you stand suddenly. Consult an ophthalmologist for review.  Read Full »

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