Ocular migraines are described as a common migraine with aura affecting your vision. In contrast to other common migraine types which affect general eyesight in both eyes, a retinal migraine typically occurs in a single eye. Ocular migraines cause a series of attacks to your vision progressing to the headache phase of your migraine. Ocular migraines can highly impair your driving skills. Avoiding driving is highly recommended with the first sign of your ocular migraine. Dr. Traci Purath provides expert medical exams to rule out other possible causes for these symptoms including a blood clot, stroke, tumor or detached retina. Traci has years of experience treating migraines. Her commitment to providing truly personal care for all her patients inspired Purath Headache & Neurology, S.C. Visit Traci’s new office and break free from debilitating migraine headaches.