Suggest treatment for subconjunctival hemorrhage
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It seems to be subconjunctival hemorrhage which is leakage of blood from one or more breaks in a blood vessel that lies between the white of the eye (sclera) and its clear covering (conjunctiva).
Subconjunctival hemorrhages are quite common and can occur from even minor injury to the eye.
It is painless and does not cause temporary or permanent vision loss.
This eye injury usually looks worse than it really is.
No treatment is required.
You have nothing to worry about.
Over the course of several weeks, the blood will clear and the eye will return to a normal appearance.
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