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What Causes a Popped blood Vessel in the eye?

A: A popped blood vessel in the eye, known scientifically as a subconjuctival hemorrhage, is a usually a relatively common and harmless occurrence. Several problems can cause a burst blood vessel in the eye. Trauma and severe strain, including sneezing, can cause an eye vessel to pop. Pressure changes, along with certain infections and illnesses, can also cause this.. A popped blood vessel in the eye occurs when the walls of the vessel rupture. This usually occurs in the...


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blood vessel in the eye

A: I have seen a few people who have burst blood vessels in their eye. It only looks alarming but it is not such a serious problem. there is no treatment to get rid of the blood vessels in the eye. You could probably use an eye drop to relieve any itching sensation in your eye. You just need to wait for a week or two for the blood to get absorbed. there is nothing much you can do. You will need medical assistance only when...


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What causes blood vessels in the eye to burst...?

A: Hypertension, and other things that increase the pressure in the eyes can cause the superficial blood vessels to burst. Wearing contact lenses, depends on which blood vessel you burst.. I would call your eye doctor to double check, but usually it is fine if it under the conjunctiva. the bursting of the vessels in the eye is called retinal haemorrhage It can be due to many reasons such as high

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can stress cause blood vessels in the eye to rupture

A: Hi muffin, Stress is created by lots of negative thoughts. Thoughts are things. So the degree to which you entertain negative thoughts can determine the health issues you experience. Now having said all that I would check with my doctor. Peace....
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blood vessel in the eye

A: Dear Julija, A diagnosis (medical one) must have been given by the two doctors who you have met, that could help answer this better. It is difficult to answer based on just your signs as these are common for many things in the eye. You can also send me a image of the eye to understand where and what could be done. Thanks, Dr Anand Shroff www.shroffeye.org...


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What are some of the causes that blood vessels in the eye blow and you have temporary deafness on same side?

A: It maybe an infection which has created a cyst which puts pressure on the nerves otherwise might be a stroke or tumor. Maybe head trauma. E.g. you fell out of bed in your sleep or play sports and had a jarring impact. Otherwise maybe hypertension [high blood pressure] otherwise even some medications otherwise street drugs. Like too much aspirin otherwise blood thinners. See a physician please....


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How Long Does It Take For A Broken blood Vessel In Your eye To Clear Up?

A: Depending on the size and location of the broken blood vessel this could take as little as 1 to 2 days to as long as 1 to 2 months. If the problem persists longer than a week without pain or longer than 2 days with pain you need to see an optometrist to rule out any injury to the eye. Most of the times a broken blood vessel will heal on its own in a couple of weeks. If it does not by three weeks, I would consult an eye specialist. A broken blood vessel can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days to clear up. Redness from rubbing one''s

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How Long Does It Take For A Broken blood Vessel In Your eye To Clear Up?

A: Depending on the size and location of the broken blood vessel this could take as little as 1 to 2 days to as long as 1 to 2 months. If the problem persists longer than a week without pain or longer than 2 days with pain you need to see an optometrist to rule out any injury to the eye. Most of the times a broken blood vessel will heal on its own in a couple of weeks. If it does not by three weeks, I would consult an eye specialist. A broken blood vessel can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days to clear up. Redness from rubbing one''s

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How do I get rid of a busted blood vessel in my eye?

A: well i am a eye doctor and i can tell you one thing little lady and that is take some baking soda and mix it with some water and drop it into your eye with an eyedropper. it works much better than any other eye medicine and gets rid of the redness fast. It seems like it would hurt but it really doesn''t, just try it and i hope this has helped you! bye bye now Give it some time to heal itself. I had one after LASIK and it is almost gone. i got the same thing when i first started wearing contacts and when i got laser eye surgery. my eye doctor says

 
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