Can anyone speak to the topic of migraine without headache? I cannot find much information about it.
In my mid-twenties, I began experiencing migraine headaches. These headaches were preceded by aura; specifically, I would lose my sight in my right eye (a blind spot).
Eventually, the migraines receded and were replaced by relatively rare but apparently ‘normal’ tension headaches. These are handled easily with Tylenol.
Now, in my fifties, I am experiencing auras. Just auras. Once in a while I will have a tension headache, but they are generally not attached to auras.
I haven’t spoken to my physician about these auras. It’s just my impression that there really nothing to be done about them. Am I wrong? Please correct my fallacious thinking.