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Blood Clot Behind The Eye
How much of a chance is it that the body can naturally dissolve a blood clot behind the eye in the temporal artery?
Clears by itself: Your body will usually dissolve the blood clot on its own. The more important question is why it happened? Are you on blood thinners? Did you have trauma? Are you a diabetic or have high blood pressure? The important thing is to address the problem that caused the blood clot to form in the first place to prevent it from occurring again. ...Read more
I woke up with a blood clot in my eye this morning and it looks like it's coming out of my eye what is this..I'm worried?
Eye exam: If there is blood in the white of your eye this is a broken blood vessel; however, if you truly feel that something is trying to come out of your eye, I would advise ER evaluation. A broken blood vessel, will cause the white of your eye to fill with blood. If your vision is distorted, go NOW! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I have had multia blood clots in eyes for last 3 years. cumudin didnt stop them, arixtra daily injections?
Had an injury near eye .. Thrz a blood clot which looks like a dark mark only its red . How will it go away? .. Its been ten days ..
How do get blood clots out of my eye due to a hard hit by someone and if the blood is severely spreading throughout my eyeball should I be concerned?
Will likely resolve: Not sure how long ago you had the piercing done, but most likely the clot will resolve itself in a week or two. The tongue is a very vascular structure (has good blood supply) and can bleed quite a bit when injured. But also because of this good blood supply, injury to the tongue often heals quite well, and rather quickly. So, if after 2 wks and the clot is not any better, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
My 16 month old baby fell from a high chair and hurt her eye . She has a large blood clot on the white off her eye should I be concerned?
Yes: If the trauma was bad enough to cause a hemorrhage within the white of her eye, she should have a through dilated eye exam by an ophthalmologist to see if there is any internal damage. She also may have a fracture. A fall from a high chair can also cause head injuries that should be assed by a neurologist. I would take her to the er. ...Read more
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