ocular headache

headache, ocular (HA)

A headache believed to result from excessive use of the eyes, uncorrected refractive error, especially hyperopia and low grades of astigmatism, binocular vision anomaly or eye diseases. This headache typically occurs in the brow region but also in the occipital or neck regions. See accommodative insufficiency; asthenopia.
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Of those, 10 reported imploding headaches-described by adjectives like crushing and vice-like-or ocular headaches, reported to feel like an eye is popping out or that someone is pushing a finger into an eye.
Three months after treatment, 13 patients had responded to the treatment with a reduction in migraine pain, including 10 who had imploding or ocular headaches and three who had exploding headaches.
4 days per month, whereas frequency in participants with imploding or ocular headaches reduced from an average of 7.