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blood in my eye

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blood in my eye

Dr. PG :

Blood in eye, also known as subconjunctival hemorrhage,

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can be due to many reasons, some trivial, others potentially serious

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Spontaneous subconjunctival hemorrhage can be the result of ...

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Coughing, sneezing, excessive straining,

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rubbing eyes, foreign body like contact lens, and pink eye (eye flu)

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Rarely a medical disorder (bleeding disorder), severe hypertension, and drugs like aspirin or head trauma can cause the same,

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I would recommend that you see a doctor, get your BP checked, and watch for any other symptoms/ a worsening bleed.

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You may put some OTC eye drops like GENTEAL, REFRESH TEARS etc. if the bleeding causes some irritation,

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