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    An_227239 posted:
    I'm seeing occasional "racing white light streaks" near the corner of the vision field in one eye....

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    Pensfan13 responded:
    I have had this happen and my Dr called it ocular migraine, but that's misleading cause I had no pain. Only some nausea because it lasted most of a day- hope that's helpful:)


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