Hey Kim, sorry about that. Did it run it’s cycle? like a classic migraine, or is it there for the long-term? Like a a sign of some kind of relapse? funny Kim, i’ve been thinking of you today and had plans to PM you by the end of the day.
Mine are gone gone gone. the meds took them away, early in my treatment, Neurontin did it. When i had classic migraines mine were very much like you described yours and then would run its course, be over and then i would land in an agonizing migraine headache followed by an even more incapacitating hangover. The hangover was worse than the pain.
During my MAV the aura was constant: visual snow, blue lava lamp, flashes and floaters, star bursts, intense white lights laterally in both eyes, strobe lights, a hazy white spot when i was tired, double and triple vision, surreal vision, like looking through the bottom of a coke bottle, nystagmus, seeing my heartbeat, seeing things melt, flickering in the corners of my eyes, a constant black and white kaleidoscope moving all over the place, things looking too big or too small, too near or too far.
Jen, have i left anything out? I would see all this whether my eyes were open or shut and worse as the day went on. I would never have been able to fall asleep without ambien. I used to tell my husband, it’s time for the light show! At night, when everything is dark, i still have some residua, but it’s nothing compared to what it was.
Boslee has a lot of visual stuff going on. I’m not sure he’s reading the board, but he may or may not be able to add to my list.
Most of all, i hope it helps to know that you are certainly not alone. I’ll bet this ends up being a very long thread