Subconjunctival hemorrhage is a common symptom of eyes. It happens to almost everybody for anytime. For most cases, it may recover soon in few days thus there is no special treatment for that. However, I do understand it is terrible as I suffer it once. Anyway, I have got an effective treatment which I can share. For the first one or two days, press your eyes with ice cube. If it is too chilly you can package the cubes with towel. This step is to stop the bleeding. Then, for the next few days, press your eyes with warm towel. This is to accelerate the circulation around your eyes so that the cumulated blood will move and your eye will not be red anymore. When I do this, my eyes recover after three days and I feel perfect about my eyesight. You can have a try.
The conjunctiva is a clear tissue that covers the white of the eye (the sclera) and lines the inside of both eyelids. A subconjunctival hemorrhage is blood that is located between the conjunctiva and the underlying sclera. In general, there is no need to treat it because it could clear itself within one to two weeks. . Recovery is usually complete, without any long-term problems, similar to a mild bruise under the skin. Over the counter artificial tears can be applied to the eye if minld irritation is present. And avoid using aspirin or other medication to inhibits clotting. If it is a result of an external infection, the antibiotic drops would work for it. Or it is trauma-related cause, you should ask eye doctor for other way to promote healing of the injury.