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Subconjunctival hemorrhage , does it cause headaches and swallowing of the eye?

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Dr. Robert Kneece
Specializes in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
No: A simple subconjunctional hemorrage is usually painless.They sometimes occur randomly but usually with coughing,vomiting,rubbing eye or some other medical problem of trauma. Could just involve the eye such as Uveitis or iritis with the symptoms described or something more involving the head.Best to see and eye doctor very soon as Uveitis needs treatment as soon as possible depending on the cause

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