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Is It Okay To Exercise While I Have A Busted Blood Vessel In Eye
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
Yes, gently.: If you are taking blood thinner medication and are getting frequent blood- shot eyes and black and blue marks on your body, be sure to inform your physician. Gentle exersize (not high impact or strenuous weight lifting) is usually possible. ...Read more
I have a busted blood vessel that has been in my left eye since age 7, i am now 34. I would like to see if it can be removed.
See your Eye Dr.: You should be evaluated by an eye doctor to see if that is possible. ...Read more
I was punched in the eye 3 weeks ago. I have a busted blood vessel in my eye that hasn't went away yet. Will it go away????
Ruptured vessel: Assuming you are correct and only a burst blood vessel all the damage that was occurred, the body will take care of the blood vessel and it should completely go away. It can take a few weeks. ...Read more
No: It will get better in 1-2 weeks. There is no known effective treatment to lessen this. ...Read more
What seems to be a busted blood vessel. I just notice that I have what seems to be a busted blood vessel in my right eye. I also have noticed some pockets of blood along the lower crevice of my eye. Please tell me what this could be from and what it may
Hi : Hi chris, although i cannot diagnose the cause of the blood in your eye, it might be due to a small hemorrhage under the conjunctival layer of the eye or it could be irritation of the outer part of the eye. If it doesn't resolve within several days, talk to your family doctor or opthamologist. If you have visual changes you should get seen immediately. Take care. ...Read more
Time: A burst blood vessel (conjunctival) is like a bruise and it takes time for the blood to be broken down and reabsorbed. Retinal burst blood vessels may need treatment to prevent sequelae. ...Read more
3/4 of my eye is red from a busted blood vessel, I think. Under my lower lid is a big area that's darker than the rest, should I be worried and see a ?
Let it be:
Sub-conjuctival hemorrhages are not uncommon and despite frightful appearance do not cause any harm. Leave it alone and the blood will get absorbed.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more
My mother has a busted blood vessel in her eye and she also has mda, could they be associated with each other?
Could be many things: Broken blood vessels come from rubbing your eye-this occurs more frequently in the winter &in older patients. If there is easy bruising and bleeding on other parts of her body she needs to see her doctor to check her for a bleeding disorder. ...Read more
What causes burst blood vessel in eye? I have one now, it's in the corner of my left eye. Why does it happen?
Tiny grey spot at the end of blood vessel in eye and discolored patch with a tinge of yellowish brown on my sclera. Eyes were irritated with sunblock?
Botox today around eyes caused a pretty bad ugly blood vessel hemerage in 1 of my eyes no effect on vision am i okay ? How long before it clears?
Injectionsite bruise: Bruising post injections in the face & especially around the eyes is more common in men than women.The tissues around the eye are thinner and will show the bruising much more. If the eye itself has no issues and there is no swelling or pressure on the eye then this should settle in about 10 days.It would be prudent to let your treating physician know what is going on and have him/her see you. ...Read more
Blood on the eye:
Yes you can pop a small capilary on the surface of the eye.It will often look like a small paint brush painted a red streak..
It often comes with straining or trauma..
It can be frightening but innocent.
It will resolve without drops and without visual damage.
If it was from trauma then you must see the eyeMD/ophthalmologist.. ...Read more
See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Subconjunctival heme: Your description sounds like a subconjunctival hemorrhage which is very common. The most common cause is dry eye/ ocular surface irritation which would explain your headache. I would try using artificial tears and observation. If you develop decreased vision or increased pain, you should see an eye doctor. ...Read more
Need exam to diagnos: Cannot make a definite diagnosis without an ophthalmologist examination. Some clues that it may be a broken blood vessel are 1. It is usually painless, usually noticed by someone else.. 2. It is a shiny brick-red color. If you are experiencing many recurrences, you should check your blood pressure. Artificial tears can beused for comfort. If you have pain or blurred vision need to see ophthalm. ...Read more
Thin vein: You did something to increase the venous pressure in your head; probably coughing or sneezing or lifting something heavy. This caused a little blood seepage from a thin vessel on the eye surface. These are dramatic looking but benign and your eye will absorb the blood over 3-8 days. ...Read more
Sounds like a nevus: Or mole in the eye. If it has changed it should be evaluated. Blood vessels are not brown. ...Read more
I have a blood vessel tht has come to the surface and has been for 10 years now under my eye. Is there anything i can do about it? It gets worse
Hide or close it off: The superficial veins under the eyes become more apparent as we lose fat in the face, ;/or as they enlarge from age, heredity etc. They are not needed. They can be safely treated with several sessions of vascular laser (usually not ipl, if more than 1 mm wide); or careful sclerotherapy injections. If it's a volume issue, then refilling the upper cheek with fat, Radiesse (dermal fillers) or artefill can help. ...Read more
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