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  2. Aug 06,  · I came across an interesting article about a new advancement in the world of eye drops that’s getting some positive feedback: platelet-rich plasma (PRP) drops. These are custom eye drops that are manufactured in a lab using a patient’s own blood. Your first instinct in hearing that might be “yuck!” but bear with me.
  3. Aug 25,  · ER or Not: Broken Blood Vessel in Eye. A broken blood vessel in the eye can look nasty. But is it worth a trip to the ER? Emergency room physician Dr. Troy Madsen talks about when you should seek emergency help and when you can just see your ophthalmologist.
  4. Of course, generally speaking, it can be fine to get some blood in your eyes. So you do not need to worry about it. for your situation, I will suggest you just wash your eyes with the pure water. Just wash your eyes carefully, so that the blood can be washed out of your .
  5. When small, delicate blood vessels break beneath the tissue covering the white of the eye (conjunctiva), resulting eye redness may mean that you have a subconjunctival hemorrhage. A subconjunctival hemorrhage usually is benign, causing no vision problems or significant eye discomfort despite its conspicuous appearance.
  6. Generally the bleeding caused by high blood pressure is extremely small pin-points of blood (called dot and flame shaped hemorrhages). Your case points out how important a regular annual eye examination by a physician eye MD (ophthalmologist) is.
  7. May 25,  · A subconjunctival hemorrhage happens when a blood vessel in your eye ruptures and the blood spreads over your conjunctiva, according to the Mayo Clinic. Your .
  8. Mar 12,  · High blood pressure: Persistent red blotches on the whites of both eyes can be a sign of hypertension, explains Ian Grierson, professor of ophthalmology at the University of Liverpool.

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