A member asked:

I woke up with a blood clott in my eye this morning with no irritation though how long will this take to go away thanks?

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Dr. Richard Carlin answered

Specializes in Ophthalmology

A subconjunctival hemorrhage may take up to 2-3 weeks to clear depending on the amount of blood. It may turn yellowish first as the blood breaks down, just like a bruise. A small hemorrhage may clear as fast as a day or two.

Answered Nov 9, 2017



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