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Is it possible to you burst a blood vessel in your eye from power vomiting?

Sure. We see this all the time in our college population. This is called valsalva hemorrhage - it is from the sudden increase of venous pressure when the abdomen forcibly contracts during vomiting. They usually clear in 10-21 days. This can also be seen with straining at a bowel movement. Read more...
Yes. Valsalva retinopathy. Increasing abdominal pressure can increase pressure up to the eye and thus severe vomiting or straining (anything where you bear down extremely hard) can cause burst blood vessels externally or internally. Read more...

Do I need to go see an eye doctor? This morning a blood vessel in my left eye broke/burst. The white of my eye is completely read except for the portion above the iris. It really was quite painful this morning, so I took two advil. There is less pain t

Your . Your description suggests a subconjunctival hemorrhage with is typically benign and can occur as a result of eye rubbing. This will typically resolve in 1 week without long-term consequence. Eye redness however can be due to other causes, and an examination is necessary for an accurate diagnosis. Pain associated with a subconjunctival hemorrhage also is unusual. I recommend you see an ophthalmologist for an evaluation. Read more...
Depends. It sounds like you are describing a subconjunctival hemorrhage. This is a benign condition. It occurs with sneezing, rubbing eyes, being on Aspirin (or advil) or other blood thinners. If your vision is fine and no eye pain, this is ok. Otherwise, should have it checked out. Read more...
Pain unusual. I agree that this most likely represents a subconjunctival hemorrhage, but the pain is quite unusual. If the bleed is severe enough, it could cause such a raised surface that the eye becomes dry in that area. It is best to see an eye md for an evaluation. Read more...

Could heavy straining like heavy sneezing coughing and vomiting etc cause blood vessels in the iris to burst/break? If so what are the symptoms?

No. We don't see blood vessels in the iris break in these scenarios, however it is very common to get subconjunctival hemorrhages where a blood vessel on the white of your eye breaks, causing an appearance of a red eye. Read more...
Yes. Yes it can , it called subconjunctival hemorrhage, there are no symptoms except red non painful but badly red looking eye without any change in vision. Read more...

Can a blood vessel burst by throwing up?

Blood in vomit? You can tear the bottom of your esophagus by throwing up hard which will bleed. There are other causes of throwing up blood. The question is unclear what blood vessel but if there is blood in vomit definitely see dr. Read more...

I have anal fissure cuts in my rectum no constipation soft dark stool light dark blood doctor examined saw veins burst can this be hemorrhoids also?

Hemorrhoids fissures. Hemorrhoids are venous structures. Fissures are a tear with scarring in this delicate tissue. Constipation, is local trauma to anal canal as large, hard stool passes. Straining, coughing, lifting lead to increased venous pressures and rectal trauma. Fissures once started can progress. Care and treatment is the same, decrease anal trauma, get evaluated by local doc or surgeon. Good luck, be well. Read more...