How Can A Recurring Red Blotch In The Eye Be Treated?
Recurrent subconjunctival hemorrhage most likely
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I believe the red blotch in the eye you are describing is likely to be a subconjunctival hemorrhage.
The cause of recurrent subconjunctival hemorrhage can be either systemic or local (ocular) cause.
Systemic causes include hypertension(not in your case), diabetes, hyperlipidemia, bleeding disorders, medications that increase bleeding like aspirin, Coumadin etc.
Local causes include the use of contact lens, conjunctival chassis, abnormal blood vessels in the conjunctival and even blood vessel tumors.
As you see further investigations and an eye examination by an Ophthalmologist is required for further evaluation.
Investigation including complete blood count, blood pressure measures, blood sugar levels, fasting lipid profile, bleeding and clotting time is warranted as a part of the evaluation.
Please be advised to follow up with an ophthalmologist to undergo the necessary investigations and eye examination.
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