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What should I do if I have a subconjunctival hemorrhage?

See an eye doctor. See an eye doctor to make sure that that's all it is. If it is only a subconjunctival hemorrhage, then time will resolve this (usually several days). Read more...

Do people with subconjunctival hemorrhage have a lot of pain?

Usually not. Subconjunctival hemorrhage is usually not painful at all. Some people experience an initial sharp pain that lasts for a few seconds, but aside from that, it should be painless. Persistent pain needs to be evaluated. Read more...
No pain. This is a spontaneous condition that always resolves in time (few days to weeks). It becomes more common with age, use of blood thinners including Aspirin and nsaids, straining (valsalva). It may or may not be associated with mild irritation, but pain is not associated with it. If you're having pain, you should see if it is something else. Read more...

Good evening Dr. My subconjunctival hemorrhage has spread. Is it because of my weed smoking?

Probably. weed smoking is bad, smoke is bad going into lungs and constricts arteries , , less oxygen to small vessels, , marijuana in pill form like marinol has been around over 30 years and helps with some cancer conditions such as appetite and pain but smoking , no , very bad and may lead to conjunctivitis if not cancer. Read more...

Will I have any problesm if I read or use computer while having a subconjunctival hemorrhage?

No problem . You may want to give your eyes a rest, since your subconjunctival heme may have occurred from either trauma, cold, or other reason. It may be a sign for you to stop doing computer work now, blink more, and take care of your health first, especially your eye health. Even though a subconjunctival heme is a benign condition, what might have led up to it may not be. So relax, and take a break! . Read more...