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You could be having a squint, astigmatism or a deviation in the axis of vision, refractive errors like near or far sightedness, low or high blood pressure of a tendency for vasovagal attack. All these can cause a headache on movement of eyes. Do consult an ophthalmologist or optometrist to begin with.
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it could be eye strain or migraines,go and get both checked out
It does sound like the basic migraine,
It happens almost everytime I move my eyes in the downward out sideward direction.
def sounds like eye strain to me
I currently have an astigmatism in both eyes, andI wear corrective lens for far sightedness.