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What causes ocular migraines?

Ocular migraines are migraines that affect vision, usually vision loss or blindness in one eye. These headaches are caused by abnormal activity of the brain, which is triggered by stress, food, or an unknown factor. The exact chain of events is unknown; however, it seems to involve various chemicals, hormones, and nerve pathways.

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