Just wondering if anyone has experience with this and had any success treating it, I've had migraines forever - but the last year I've had Ophthalmic Migraines, which is basically partial blindness followed by an intense migraine. Fun.
It will start with a tiny spot in my vision - it almost looks like a droplet of water hanging out just off in the periphery.
The droplet expands into something that looks like - I can only describe as - geometric/electric arcs - this expands over about 30 minutes to the edges of my vision until it goes away.
During this 30 minutes I can't focus on anything, reading or working on stuff is nearly impossible.
Then after it's gone a crushing headache kicks in for about an hour on average.
Doctors basically say they can't do shit. Or they are waiting until I get it enough to become chronic. Then clever drugs and side effects ensue.
Resting in the dark seems to accelerate that 30 minute period. So I take a shower in the bathroom of my place which has no windows. Not so bad.
Just wondering if people, like me, who look at screens all day have found ways to manage this?