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Hello and thanks for your question. Unfortunately, because it is essentially a bruise on the eye, there's really nothing you can do to make the redness go away faster than what the body would heal it on its own.
If you're taking any blood thinners that you don't need to be on for life-saving/threatening problems, then you may consider stopping those temporarily and that may help discourage any expansion of the bleeding.
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