I ride horses and dust gets kicked up in the air and I have the burst blood vessel in the corner of my left eye will the dust affect it?

Probably not. You are describing a subconjunctival hemorrhage, which causes a small area of bleeding in the conjunctiva of the eye. Usually this is caused by mild/moderate trauma--such as aggressive rubbing. Although the dust may have led to the burst capillary (by causing you to rub the eye) it is unlikely that more dust will worsen the issue. Get a good set of protective sunglasses to keep the dust out.

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Burst blood vessel in left eye accompanied by eye twitching in same eye. Doesn't hurt but is really annoying.?

Exam. you must be seen and examined to be evaluated for possible complications: however, most of these type of subconjunctivial hemorrhages are benign and will resolve on their own. Read more...

I have a burst blood vessel in my left eye which is neither sore of itchy but does seem 2 b spreading. What do u think it could b?

A burst blood vessel. If you are seeing red in the white of your eye (/sclera), this is a subconjunctival hematoma (=bruise), and is normal / harmless, but since is under a clear layer and not skin, looks very prominent (and scary). Often appear w/pressure (cough / sneeze / bearing down / lifting). Unless on blood thinners, they go away on own & are self-limited. Read more...
Exactly what u think. A burst blood vessel on the eye (subconjunctival hemorrhage) looks horrible, but is not visually threatening. It's an eye-bruise that can spread out and look worse before it gets better. Try to minimize the causes: eyerubbing, valsalva maneuvers (e.g., heavy lifting, coughing, sneezing, straining with constipation), and refrain from bloodthinners if possible (nsaids, vit e, st. John's wort..). Read more...
Subconjunctival . Hemorrhage is almost certainly what you have. I agree with what has been said. These look scary but are completely harmless. Nothing needs to be, or should be, done. These take care of themselves. Read more...

I have a burst blood vessel in back of eye (seen specialist all test back normal- perfect health) no vision left eye, how long for return of vision?

Depends on cause. If the burst vessel released blood into the back of the eye, recovery depends upon how rapidly the blood is re-absorbed which may take 1-2 months. If it is a vessel that supplies a critical portion of the vision, there may be some permanent loss. These are all modified by whether or not you have diabetes or a vascular disease like coats disease.;. Read more...

I have a burst blood vessel above my left eye ball. It has just appeared, it doesn't hurt?

Capillary bleed. These can appear on the white part of the eyeball, the sclera, quite spontaneously, are painless, and usually resolve with no injury to sight. Have your blood pressure checked. If you take medicine ask your pharmacist if "scleral bleed" can be a side effect of any of the meds. If becomes recurrent see an opthamologist; not an optometrist. Read more...
Bleed. This is a sub-conjunctival hemorrhage. As long as the vision is unchanged and there is no pain, everything should be fine. If it is a little irritated, then you can use an artificial tear up to 4 times a day to lubricate. This is due to a blood vessel leaking blood and is usually without cause. Sometimes straining or blood thinner can cause this. If it continues to happen, follow up with eye md. Read more...