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Kristy Prince

How to get rid of subconjunctival hemorrhage?

It is terrible to got subconjunctival hemorrhage. Can i do something to get rid of subconjunctival hemorrhage? And how?
11/09/2012
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  • walkn0nsunshine

    Take it easy, it's no big deal. Of course you can get rid of it. Usually, no treatment is needed.The best treatment for subconjunctival Hemorrhage is self-care at Home, your ophthalmologist may prescribe artificial tears to ease any irritation that may be present. If the injury is related to trauma, your ophthalmologist may need to examine your eye to rule out the possibility of damage to other parts of the eye.This condition clears by itself within one to two weeks.The use of aspirin or ibuprofen should be avoided. The following website can help you know more.
    11/12/2012
  • Jason lester

    If you get the subconjunctival hemorrhage, you'd better go to see the doctor and accept the treatment. Conjunctival small blood vessel rupture hemorrhage gathers in subconjunctival is called ball subconjunctival hemorrhage. In the medical circles, the doctors called this "the white eye hemorrhaging ball" because the subconjunctival hemorrhage differs in sizes and forms because of the different amount of the bloodshot. At first, it will spread to the global conjunctival into large with a small amount of a bright red. Then quantity one is in purple which occurs in palpebral fissure. You'd better go to the hospital to treat the subconjunctival hemorrhage with medicine or other things. It is serious which may cause the serious eye problems.
    11/09/2012
  • elite_couture

    As far as i could know, there is no treatment for subconjunctival hemorrhage. Usually, People with hemorrhage Will slowly disappear themselves. Mostly, the hemorrhage will appear larger within the first 24 hours after its onset. But it will slowly decrease in size as the blood is absorbed. Of course, you can also choose some Over-the-counter artificial tears to help you. Best wishes.
    11/09/2012
  • cheergirl024

    In general, most causes of subconjunctival hemorrhage are unknown. And those people who have this condition not even know it until they look in the mirror. Maybe strain is a reason to cause a blood vessel to burst. It is would resolve on its own in two weeks. No medication is needed to treat subconjunctival hemorrhage, and nothing can be done to speed up the recovery process. The eye just needs time to absorb the blood from the burst vessel. However, you need some eye drops or artificial tears if there is a scratchy feeling or discomfort from it, to soothe the symptoms.
    11/09/2012
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