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Eyelid Blood Blister
A blood blister forms when skin and small blood vessels are damaged without breaking the skin. Trapped beneath the skin surface is some blood and skin fluid. Blood blisters are commonly caused by accidents in which the skin is pinched by a tool or a heavy weight, or they may occur from constant ...Read more
Petechia: Tiny little blood blisters/petechia can come from high pressure on the body and suffocation. So depending on the extracurricular activity, this may be a result of that! Read more
I have a blood blister under my eyelid which seems to have "ruptured" and has spread, looking like a blackeye.?
Leave alone: Just don't blame me for the shiner! But the best approach is to just leave the area alone. Keep your head elevated by sleeping on extra pillows or put thick books under the head side of your mattress. Ice packs to the area on and off for 5 minutes every hour additionally helps. Read more
Possibly: Warm compresses can speed reabsorption of the blood. Causes such as hypertension, blood thinning meds; aspirin, ibuprophen, and other nsaids must be adjusted to lowest effective dose to prevent rebleeds. Allergies and dry eye need to be controlled and treated to prevent eye rubbing. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Something that looks like a small blood blister appeared under my eye a few months ago and is still there. Could it be cancer?
My wife has a very red left eye, looks like a burst vessel. We took a close up photo and there appears to be a raised blood blister style thingin it.?
I have what appears 2 be a blood blister on my rt eyeball. Pain is that of a bruise or severe eye strain. I've tried flushing often, warm compress...
Is it normal for an eye infection tostart out red and swollen and pus filled to looking like a pus filled swelling that now looks like a blood blister?
Not normal: See an ophthalmologist nowGet a more detailed answer ›
Have it looked at: There are many types and causes of blisters. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections and insect bites can cause blisters on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. Read more
You most likely had: Some un-noticed trauma! If this happens again or they appear elswhere on your body or if you are bruising excessively get this checked out ASAP Hope this is helpful! ' Dr Z Read more