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Your doctor will need to rule out more-serious conditions, such as a stroke or retinal tear.
Retinal migraine Ocular migraine sometimes is used as a synonym for the medical term "retinal migraine."
If your aura isn't followed by head pain or if the visual disturbances affect only one eye, your doctor might recommend certain tests to rule out more-serious conditions, such as a retinal tear or a TIA.
Does anyone in your family have eye problems, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma or retinal detachments?
In other cases, sudden flashes of light could signal retinal detachment.
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