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Dr.S Riaz, Ophthalmologist
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Experience:  MS OPHTHALMOLOGY (KING GEORGES' MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, LUCKNOW, INDIA), FELLOWSHIP TRAINED
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It appears to be bleeding in the white portion of the eye.

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It appears to be bleeding in the white portion of the eye. It is very red but no pain. Awakened to notice it this morning. No trama or injuries to the head or eye. ?? XXXXX XXXXX

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Is the vision affected?

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
No the vision is not affected.
You are likely to have a sub-conjunctival hemorrhage. Although its appearance may be alarming, a subconjunctival hemorrhage is generally a painless and harmless condition. The causes could be -

Minor eye trauma

increased venous pressure

Strenuous Exercising

Coughing

Vomiting

Sneezing

Blood dyscrasia (rare)

Severe hypertension

A subconjunctival hemorrhage is typically a self-limiting condition that requires no treatment in the absence of infection or significant trauma.

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