migraines usually come with pain, it could just be issues with your vision if it's just light sensitivity but i highly recommend going to an eye doctor asap i have had my friend ignore migraines and unfortunately it turned out to a benign brain tumor. when it comes to the braint of the human body it the most complicated su[er computer in the world, it's all about finding the issue asap. god forbid. i'm sure you just need special lenses that's all but better safe then sorry.
It is important to visit your doctor regarding this issue so you can find the cause. While atypical migraines are not common, it is possible to have a symptom such as light sensitivity without pain. However, an evaluation is important for this symptom, especially if it is new. Good luck.
My migraines usually comes with light sensitivity, nausea and sometimes bouts of diarhea. I've taken promethazine (sp) for nausea, pepto and midrin for the migraines. I've also had to take a shot or two in the hindquarters for my migraines. It will get better as your doctor figures out the best combination of drugs for you.
Migraine should always be assessed by your doctor. I suffer migraine like headaches and yes I sometimes get "aura" and no head pain. The periphriel vision contains fractured appearance almost like looking through broken panes of glass. I get severe chronic head pain from my cervical spine osteoarthritis. The small nerves "rami" become compressed and head pain can last, for me, anywhere from a few hours to the longest of 13 days. One difference is that no medication works to treat mine the best way is avoidance and stress which stiffens the shoulder and neck muscles begin the process of compression at the paraspinal muscles. I have in the past had Botox injections for these the last working for two years.
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