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Sub-conjunctiva hemorrhage and its treatment - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi.. i'm from XXXX and i'm here since last july. I think a nerve ijn my eyes just burst and my eye is red now. this is the second time since i have arrived in XXXX.What can be the reason for this?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   DrXXXXhere
User :   hi
User :   i'm XXXX
Doctor :   did u have any pain or loss of vision when this occured ?
User :   no loss of vision but its kind of itchi
User :   Is it due to the cold climate over here
Doctor :   how long have u had this ?
User :   first time when it happened it took 2 weeks to heal
Doctor :   So do u have any redness of the whole eyes ?
Doctor :   or only the white part of the eye (called conjunctiva)
User :   no only the lower part of my eye
User :   ya the white part
Doctor :   u r able to see everything normally ?
Doctor :   ok
User :   yes..
Doctor :   this appears to be a subconjuctival hemorrhage
Doctor :   may i know ur age, ?
User :   23
Doctor :   ok
User :   what can i do about it?
Doctor :   this kind of hemorrhage in the conjuctiva, is not dnageorus by itslef
Doctor :   and it does heal over time
User :   but can i do something to prevent it from happening again
Doctor :   But if its recurrent, then u need to see a eye doc, to measure the pressure in the eyes
Doctor :   check the eye pressure
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