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Red spot in white part of eye after getting punched. Advise?

hi, I got a punch in more than one month ago exactly in 24/3/2013 and it led to swolling my nose at that time and the red spot in the white part of my left eye, I examined my eye they told me every thing is ok, and the red spot will dissapear by it self within 2 weeks but its about 5 weeks and its still in my eye, my question is does it will dissapear? and how much it wil long last to dissapear? and I just want to mention that my nose is good now and the swelling go down within one week.
help me please
and how can I get the answer of my question? how it will long last to get the answer?
best regards
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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dear patient,
hi ,you need to stop worrying the red spot in you eye is mostly subconjunctival hemorrhage from your description it goes by itself sometimes it takes 2 to 4 months to disappear you can take vitamin c tablets to aid with the healing .
take care of yourself
Answered: Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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