hi, this past saturday I was upstairs folding cloths and I had sudden blurriness in my right eye. It lasted about 2 mins maybe and went away. No other symptom came with it. I did wake up 2 days later with a mild migraine that lasted two days. I have read where the blurriness can be an onset symptom of a migraine, but they usually come 20 mins or so after the vision change. Can it also come a few days later? I should mention that I am 39 years old, female. I am going to see my eye doctor and family doctor in a few days but wanted some input. I have had the blurriness in my eye a few months ago, but do not remember if I got a migraine after. Thanks for the help!
Hi! thank you for your response. I am going tomorrow to have my eyes checked and also to my family doctor to see if he will refer me to a neurologist. Hope it was just migraine related and nothing more serious. But it's better to get checked to make sure. Thank you again
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