posted on May, 20 2017 @ 04:44 PM
a reply to: sarra1833
I agree with the bulk of advice I read here... that you should have medical attention to find the source. I will leave my experiences with the same
regard as others have, but indicating it relates to your situation directly without getting properly checked is like asking the guy that cares for
your car why it broke down 100 miles away from where the technician is... all your going to get is an opinion and advice on where to get an answer.
As for me, I went through similar migraine/eye problems. Once I got the bulk of the holes filled in my pearly yellows, a large portion of the
migraines stopped. It might sound crazy, but a deep enough cavity in a tooth can wreck havoc on the brain. Even after the cavities were repaired,
I'd still get the eye pains... feels like the eyeballs are way too big for the socket or that the cord behind the eyeball os being stressed real bad.
I have really light blue eyes that are super sensitive to light because of all this now... seemingly gets worse with age. It got severe enough a few
times that temporary blindness occurred from it... in whatever eye was hurting. Anyway, turned out that there's a condition called Iritis...
inflammation of the Iris.
Migraines are tricky... until you find the trigger and learn it by turning a migraine off permanently or by turning them on/off by dietary means or
whatever... you're going to be stuck suffering with them. If they last for days on end, its a signal to really search for the cause.
Best of luck with finding the source...
edit on 20-5-2017 by ttobban because: spelling