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There is blood inside my eye ball. And the size is increasing

hi doctor . my name is elise age 24, from bersarai, working in a bpo. i have a problem in my left side eye since sunday morning.there is blood inside my eye ball just below the center of my eye.but i don't feel and pain ond all but today in my office the size of the blood keep gaining size,and when i went to a normal doctor he refer me to a specialist skin could you please let me know what to do and so, please. i'll be eagerly waiting for your reply. thankyou Elise 9582204146 Bersarai.
Asked On : Mon, 10 May 2010
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Dear Elsie, The blood that you have mentioned in you left eye seems to be outside the eyeball but on the white of your eye. I am assuming this because you have no pain or vision related symptoms which is typical of blood inside the eye ball called Hyphema. This small blood spot that you see might slightly enlarge in size and will slowly disappear in about 4 weeks. If it does not reccur there is nothing to worry about and no medication is required.
Answered: Tue, 8 May 2012
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Manish Malhotra's  Response
Dear the blood that you are taking about according to me must be in the white part of your eye , which will take 20-30 days to go completely , nothing to worry but I do understand it's a cosmetic blemish
Answered: Sat, 2 Apr 2011
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