Subconjunctival hemorrhage

What is Subconjunctival hemorrhage?

A subconjunctival hemorrhage is bleeding inside the conjunctiva.The conjunctiva contains so many small blood vessels that can rupture due to one or more causes and blood comes into the space between the conjunctiva and sclera.

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should I see someone about a broken blood vessel in my eye. No pain or blurriness. Just noticed when I looked in the mirror

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Subconjunctival hemorrhage.

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hello i have a subconjunctival hemorrhage in my right eye that is covering most of ear side of white part of eye. can i do a hard run and lift...

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Lifting weights should not be a cause for concerns if BP is ok

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Two days last week i woke up with blood spots on the white of my eye. It didn't itch nor had i been coughing or had any trauma. I have smokey...

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Sub conjunctival hemorrghage

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Sometimes small blood vessels in the whites of the eyes break and...

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