Can a tumor cause ocular migraines? To be diagnosed with an ocular migraine condition, your doctor must rule out any underlying causes for the symptoms you are experiencing such as blood clot, stroke, pituitary tumor, or detached retina. If your retina exam is normal, it is possible that you are experiencing ocular migraines.
Do ocular migraines mean brain tumor? Can a Migraine Cause a Brain Tumor? If you get bad migraines or you have them often, you may worry that if you don’t already have a brain tumor, the migraines might cause one. But research can help put your mind at ease. There is no evidence migraines cause brain tumors.
Can ocular migraines be a symptom of something else? Harsh lighting, long screen time, other visual strain, stress, dehydration, food additives, and other causes all may trigger an ocular migraine, a subtype that focuses in the eye and causes vision changes.
Do brain tumors cause visual auras? Vision changes
Blurry vision, double vision, and loss of vision are all associated with tumors, Schwartz says. You may also see floating spots or shapes—or what’s known as an “aura.”