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How Can You Make Those Red Veins On Your Eye Ball Go Away
Not too easily: Veins are there to nourish the structures of the eye but at times they can become prominent if there is dryness allergy etc. Otc moisture drops used regularly can help cut down the redness. If there is very prominent redness an ophthalmologist should be seen. ...Read more
Hi, my daughter has had red veins in her right eye these past few days, today she woke up with a little ball on the vein. Isthis bad? What should I do?
It may be a little eye allergy. Is she rubbing it?
should check with your doctor or see eye specialist if it persists or is bothersome ...Read more
How long does it take for eye redness to go away after excision of nevus on conjunctiva?? Been 3 months since, and my eye is still pink with veins.
Depends on size: Depends on size of the area excised. After this period of time, you should return to your surgeon for advice. There may be some drops that will help the injection. ...Read more
I have rebound hyperemia from using clear eyes. Will the redness go away? Or are my vessels permanently enlarged? I used it every day for 2 months.
Usually: Usually it will. Occasionally, steroid eye drops are needed for a couple of weeks. ...Read more
Nix (permethrin) the cause: Tiny blood vessels on the eyes are necessary, and are more prominent in some people than others. You cannot completely eliminate them. Eliminating the cause of what is engorging them will minimize their appearance. Allergies, inadequate sleep, drugs and alcohol, infection and irritation from pollution or contact lenses are common causes. ...Read more
Http://imageshack. Com/a/img560/3395/gx8f.Jpg I need to find a way to get rid of these under eye veins and redness. I am only 18 and its not right.
Art tears, sleep: Your linked image doesn't show enough detail to see any blood vessels in the eye or red eye. The most common causes in your age group are dry eye and mild radiation burns from too much computer use. Artificial tears, sleep, and a radiation reducing screen over your monitor should solve your problem. Allergy is a possibility, but you would probably have itchy eyes. ...Read more
9 month old has redness in right eye. No pain, no discharge, no itchiness. It doesn't brother him. Cluster of red veins right of pupil. How to treat?
My son got poke inside he eye with a stick at school and he has like a little bubble and it's like red and goes down like a vein. Not sure it's inside?
Needs evaluation: A stick poked in the eye could penetrate the eye and that would need immediate treatment. If next to the eye and a portion of the stick broke off in the deeper tissues, that would also require intervention. Do you still have the stick and is it intact? Best to have an ophthalmologist check your child. ...Read more
A few possibilities: This could be due to allergies, dry eyes, or eye infections. All can start or affect 1 eye first. The treatments are very different. For allergies, zaditor (ketotifen) is a good otc eye medicine. For dry eyes, lubricating tears are necessary. For infection, usually of the eyelids, start with eyelid warm compress and diluted baby shampoo scrubs. You should have a baseline exam with your eye doctor. ...Read more
Not necessarily: If you can control the dryness with regular usage of artificial tear (preferably single-use without preservative) you may be able to reverse it assuming that's the only reason for the redness. Plugging the duct draining from the eye to the nose may also conserve more tear. Restasis drop (RX) can be very effective if all else failed. ...Read more
Red eye: This could be due to a normal anatomical appearance if it is unilateral, one eye only. Would suggest you see an ophthalmologist who can make this determination or see if something else is happening and treat it accordeingly. ...Read more
Avoid red eye drops: Whites of eyes discolor usually from the blood vessels enlarging, making the eyes bloodshot. An exception is yellowing (jaundice) from liver disease. Red eyes are often caused by dryness or allergies. Lubricating or allergy drops (eg ketotifen) can be a big help. Drops that 'get the red out' are highly affective cosmetically but can be very addictive - the eyes get more red if you try to stop. ...Read more
Keratoconjunctivitis: Your description sounds like keratoconjunctivitis which an infection of the cornea and conjunctiva. This can be serious so see an eye doctor. ...Read more
Eye veins: Sometimes allergy is a culprit. More often, the use of "get the red out" eye drops is a more common cause. Avoid using these drops because they will lead to chronic red eyes when you don't use them. ...Read more
Could be: It could be normal but have it checked by an opthalmologist. ...Read more
I started where gas permeable contacts and I've been noticing more red veins in my eyes? Problem?
Possibly.: You are actually not noticing more red veins in your eye. What you are noticing are the existing veins in your eye (conjunctivae) that have become more engorged. This is referred to as hyperemia and it is a sign of inflammation. The contact lenses either are not properly fit or you are not breaking them in properly or you are suffering from contact lens overwear. See your eye doctor and explain. ...Read more
My green veins are visible under my eyes and my chest has red smudges. Is this normal? Am 17 years old and am female
PCP: It is difficult to answer. Given what is written, it seems reasonable for this to be evaluated by your primary care physician first rather than an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
I hardly take my contacts out sleep with them for weeks now my eyes have red veins and are forever blood shot red?
Remove contacts!: Despite the FDA allowing extended wear of contacts, it is never a good idea to wear contact lenses for more than 24 hours at a time. It increases your risk for a devastating corneal ulcer! it is also causing all of your symptoms. Take out your contacts every night, clean them properly. Use rewetting drops. Get new contacts regularly. ...Read more
I have really bad allergies around this time, but lately my eyes are really red, today there was a huge red dot, can it be a burst vein?
Yes: A bright red spot over the white part of the eye (sclera) is probably a broken blood vessel. It should get better after a couple of weeks. As it goes away it may appear yellowish, which is the blood breaking down to hemoglobin. This would not require treatment. ...Read more
Hi am 22 & have loads very red veins on both my eyes & r realy up setting me that I don't leave the house & carnt aford treatment can I get rid? : (
Evaluate this: All eyes have some veins on the surface. Some have more than others and a few have an excess. You need an independent evaluation to see into which category you fall. There is no pharmaceutical way to rid yourself of these veins if they truly are in excess but laser treatment can help cut down the density. ...Read more
Large red squiggly vein in lower right eye looks worse as I age to the point people ask what's wrong? 61 yr old woman. BP under control. No dry eye. W
Eye concern: You should get eye examination if you haven't yet ...Read more
I got hit with a ball on the side of my face near the eye and my eye turn red, after a few hour the redness is reduce. Should I still go to doc?
I was looking at my eyes and I noticed a red vein with a black dot at the end of it. I also noticed a balck dot in my otherother eyewatisit?
Likely benign: More than likely you are seeing something related to the small blood vessels of the eye. Unless you are having irritation, pain, or other symptom it is probably nothing to worry about. However, if symptoms, or if it changes see someone. Foreign bodies, and small blood vessel injuries can cause such spots. ...Read more
Nothing.: Some people have more prominent veins around their face or eyes, especially as they age. There is nothing dangerous associated with this. You can have them lasered away by a dermatologist or phlebologist (vein specialist) if you like but this is a cosmetic treatment. ...Read more
Red Vein: Send photo asap to be sure it is not dangerous. ...Read more
Don't Worry: Blood vessels are normal on the white of the eye, and necessary to nourish the tissues. The vessels can become enlarged and more visible due to allergies, irritation, dryness, infections, etc. See your eye doctor to look into the issue. ...Read more
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