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Got a black eye a month and three weeks ago.doc said no more blood under eye.still a black line under my eye, doesn't hurt, not fading.see dermatolog?

Got a black eye a month and three weeks ago.doc said no more blood under eye.still a black line under my eye, doesn't hurt, not fading.see dermatolog?

It will go away: Black eye is not a problem in the skin but is like a bruise due to bleeding under the skin and that can take weeks to get absorped in your system and consulting a Dermatologist will not help.Meanwhile you can cover it up with make up ...Read more

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Causes of bruising/blood under left eye after a nose bleed. Had a headache as well. No trauma.

Causes of bruising/blood under left eye after a nose bleed. Had a headache as well. No trauma.

Normal finding: Blood is absorderd into the soft tissues under the eyes: post taumatic nasal shiners"- will absorb and turn color fom blacland blue to brown and yellow over the next 2 weeks. ...Read more

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What would the cause of busted blood vesels under the eye? Is the only cause, strengulation?

What would the cause of busted blood vesels under the eye? Is the only cause, strengulation?

Heavy lifting/strain: Heavy lifting and straining can cause it too. Straining can occur with difficulty going to the bathroom, sneezing or coughing. ...Read more

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What do you do when you break a small blood vessel under your eye?

What do you do when you break a small blood vessel under your eye?

Depends: I'm going to assume you're talking about a broken blood vessel on the lower white part of the eye, rather than actually under the eye. If so, that's likely a subconjunctival hemorrhage, like a bruise on the eye. It can happen spontaneously and will usually resolve like any other bruise. If you have pain, vision loss, or it's worsening, see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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What should you do when you break a small blood vessel under your eye?

What should you do when you break a small blood vessel under your eye?

Observe: If otherwise asymptomatic with good vision and no pain. Best to get any eye problem checked out by an eye care provider. ...Read more

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