Sudden onset and resolution. Both eyes. No light sensitivity, irritability or nausea. Nothing else at all unusual except for a bit of a disorienting feeling, not quite dizzy.
I don't think so
I do get them, but they do not have a visual/aural component (except sensitivity to light)
one-sided, sensitive to light, painful, use to be/occasionally still are incapacitating but triptans generally save the day!
Pretty healthy actually. Most systems working fine! Happen to be having lower back/leg problems for past two months (combo sciatica, bursitis, tendonitis) but can't imagine that would be related.
I'm remembering there was also a sort of wobbly, puddling thing going on for a few minutes on the left side of my left eye.
yes it does, as long as acephalgic migraines can be as brief as that...?
The only other possibly pertinent piece of info is that my mom has a TIA, and my sister has transient global migraines (or something like that) that cause memory losses....but I think I'll stick with the acephalic migraine idea!
Thank you very much!