Can a popped blood vessel cause temporary blurred vision?

Yes and no. A popped blood vessel on the outside of the eye usually causes a subconjunctival hemorrhage, where the eye is bright red over the white part. This should not affect vision. A popped vessel on the inside, such as in diabetic retinopathy, can cause a vitreous hemorrhage, which definitely can cause blurry vision.

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Could a popped blood vessel in my eye cause temporary blurred vision?

Blood in eyes. If suffiencently large hemorrhage, may interfer with lid movement over the cornea, affecting the tear film-->blurred vision. Try use of artificial tear 4-6x per day until resolves. See eye care doc if persist. Read more...

Docs, could a popped blood vessel in my eye cause temporary blurred vision?

Maybe . It depends where the blood vessel is. If it is in the eye yes. This would occur for several reasons the most common is diabetes but hypertension can do it. Other reason could be retinal detachment. If it is in the white of the eye also sclera, it looks terrible but little danger to affect sight or blurred vision. If is causing blurred vision , see eye doc now. One other cause is trauma. Read more...
Depends. Depends on what blood vessel ruptured. If it was on the retina (the back part of your eye that has the nerve endings), it could cause blurry vision. A broken blood vessel on the white part of your eye (conjunctiva) should not cause any visual symptoms. Read more...