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Posted by Jim Halpenny on October 13, 2000 at 04:59:05:

In Reply to: Re: wavy vision/ opthalmic migraine posted by Pam on August 02, 2000 at 18:06:01:

: Jack - I just had a Opthalmic Migraine that ended about 5 minutes ago. I like your theory about low blood sugar - I hadn't eaten since cereal this morning at 6:30 (now 3:00)Wham! Thinking back on the few I've had recently, low blood sugar would really figure in.

: "My theory: Light triggers them - flourescent light or bright glares etc. and low blood sugar or a combination of all."

: I'm with your light trigger theory. I've been keeping a log of attacks for 3 years now - what I ate, stress levels, what I was doing at the time etc.. and the only common factor I can find is sudden exposure to a bright light - although not 100% of the time. another pattern I see is that I get few attacks from april to Sep/Oct, then get most of them over the Autumn/Winter months.

Jim


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