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Redness on eyeball, mild bleeding in eyes. No allergies, non smoker. Causes for symptoms?

Hi. On the corner of my eyeball there is a section of it thats pink they ve been like this for a week even though I got more sleep and did not go on the computer as much. There also has been more bloodvessels on my eyeball than normal. I have no allergirs and I dont smoke . What might be the cause of this and how can I treat it? Thanks!
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Redness of eye because of mild bleeding is a common condition called as subconjunctival haemorrhage.
The common causes are mild injury , some types of conjunctivitis, systemic diseases like diabetes, hypertension and bleeding disorders.
The treatment is mainly by observation, it will get resolved by 4-6 weeks. You can use antibiotic eye drops for 1 week.
For evaluation of the underlying cause you need to undergo evaluation to rule out the local and systemic diseases. Please do consult your nearby eye doctor for investigations and evaluation.
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