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Zoe


11/12/2012

Is subconjunctival hemorrhage dangerous?

I see my sister got subconjunctival hemorrhage. Is it dangerous? Can i do something to help her?
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  • Joseph bell

    11/13/2012

    Of course, they are not dangerous, so you should not too worry about it. as we know that a subconjunctival haemorrhage is one cause of red eyes. It is caused by a small bleed behind the conjunctiva. It can look alarming, but it usually causes no symptoms and is usually harmless. They can disappear in one or two weeks. For the causes, there is something you should know. First, an injury to the eye or a head injury can be the cause. Of course, you should know that sometimes they occur after a bout of coughing or vomiting. Besides, they are associated with high blood pressure. If you have a bleeding disorder, you may be more prone to having a subconjunctival hemorrhage, and even nose bleeds or easy bruising be the cause too. so you should protect your eyes carefully.
  • Jason warren

    11/14/2012

    Jesus, you gotta be kidding me. You need to understand that subconjunctival hemorrhage is one of the most complicated eye-related problems people often encounter. By getting that, we have the potential to lose sight forever. Of course, it is of hyper danger. So my advice for your sister is to get immediate medical treatment and care before it is too late. Go now.
  • Joanne McAlpine

    11/15/2012

    No, it is not. Subconjunctival hemorrhage is a common cause of painless bloody eye, which is usually noticed by someone else or when you look in the mirror. The bleeding results from a break in a small blood vessel in the sclera, the white of the eye. It would occur with heavy lifting, coughing, sneezing, and vomiting or for no reason. On the other side, medical conditions that can occasion cause it. Yes, it looks bad but not dangerous, which would leave no residual change in vision. It would return to normal within three weeks as the blood is absorbed. Hence, it does not require any treatment. During this healing period, your sister had better avoid any causes as said above.
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