Hi. I used to suffer from migraines, however I never had experienced an ocular migraine. I went on a beta blocker a year ago when I had my first episode of a fib and SVT. Once on the beta blocker, my migraines completely went away 100%. I was previously getting maybe 2-10 migraines a month prior to starting the beta blocker.
I had catheter cryoballoon ablation 3 weeks ago. The 2 days after the procedure, as well as 2 other times since then, I have had a total of 4 ocular migraines. Again, I went a year without a single migraine and I had never experienced an ocular migraine prior to my ablation procedure.
It is completely obvious that the ablation is the cause of the returning migraines and the new ocular migraines. I know there are many theories about the cause, including damage to the vagus nerve, as well as the transepts puncture.
My questions are these: when will these ocular migraines go away? What can I do to prevent these headaches? Please tel me they will go away! I can’t function!