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Bloodshot Left Eye
I think I have bloodshot on my left eye at the top of my eye cover by my eyelid, any serious? No pain, hurt or swollen. Will it go away? Any medicine?
Bleed: This is a sub-conjunctival hemorrhage. As long as the vision is unchanged and there is no pain, everything should be fine. If it is a little irritated, then you can use an artificial tear up to 4 times a day to lubricate. This is due to a blood vessel leaking blood and is usually without cause. Sometimes straining or blood thinner can cause this. If it continues to happen, follow up with eye md. ...Read moreConsult a doctor now ›
Why specifically is my left eye bloodshot the day after drinking alcohol but the right eye seems ok?
Red spot(bloodshot) outer part of left eye for 3 days.Off and on blurry vision.Eye drops don't help anymore?
Bruise?: This sounds like a subconjuctival hemorrhage, which is essentially a bruise on the whites of the eyes. This may cause some dryness and lead to fluctuating vision. The treatment is OTC artificial tears for symptomatic relief as the blood re-absorbs. You should see an eye MD to confirm diagnosis and treat accordingly. ...Read moreConsult a doctor now ›
Many possible causes: There are many conditions that could cause a chronically red eye. They include infection, dry eyes, allergy (although this would usually involve both eyes), redness associated with other medical problems, and many others. You should see your eye doctor to have this evaluated further. ...Read moreConsult a doctor now ›
My left Eye is really watery but it is not bloodshot and it's not puffy or irritated do you know why it would be doing this thank you
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