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It appears that you are experiencing the symptoms of eye conditions
such as vitreous
hemorrhage (bleeding) with or without association with retinal bleeding. The fact that you have cirrhosis and hypertension significantly increases your risk for eye bleed. At this point, it is important that you contact your eye doctor, preferrably retinal eye doctor, to exclude that you do not have associated retinal detachment
that needs immediate attention. In general, if there is no retinal detachment, the vitreous bleed would slowly resorb into the body. However, it may spread out or appear to worsen as it clears up, which may take up to 1-2 months. Be sure that your blood pressure is under good control. If you are currently taking aspirin, I suggest that you stop for at least 1-2 weeks. If you are taking other blood thinners such as Plavix or Coumadin, I suggest that you consult with your doctor for more specific instructions. If you are experiencing decreased vision, eye pain, flashes or severe floaters, I suggest that you go to the emergency room for closer evaluation. It is important that you consider going to the emergency room for dilated eye examination, to exclude retinal detachment.
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