How can I heal broken blood vessel in my eye?

Time will heal. Think of this as a very visible "bruise" which will slowly, usually in a week, change color and fade away. If especially large, it can resemble a blood blister and become raised. It can also migrate across the surface of the eye since there is little under the clear membrane to keep it localized. In some people , if it's large, I have seen it creep into the lower lid skin with gravity.
Warm compress. If you have a sub conjunctival hemorrhage, a warm compress can speed up the resolution of this.
With time and... ...Patience. Once a vessel breaks, it heals almost immediately. Unfortunately, the blood that leaked out can stay in place for up to 2 weeks. Nothing but time will heal this. Vasoconstrictors (visine (r)) do not help the blood disappear, since they only close the blood vessel that is already healed and do not remove the blood that spilled out.

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How long does it take for a black eye and broken blood vessel to heal?

"Black eye" resoluti. A "black eye" and "broken blood vessel" in the conjunctiva (white) of the eye are like bruises and will slowly disappear over 2-3 weeks, first turning dark red then brown and finally yellowish before disappearing. Read more...

Should I swim wittha broken blood vessel in my eye?

No problem. Regardless of where the broken blood vessel is, whether it is on the whites of your eyes, or inside your eye on the retina, it is safe to go swimming. Read more...
Yes. Why not. Just avoid diving as this area is bruised. Read more...

I got into a fight and may have broken blood vessel in my eye?

No sweat. The blood wil clear sooner or later. See ophthalomologist to rule out any trauma to the eye structures. Read more...

I've had a broken blood vessel in my eye for years. Is there any cure?

Broken blood vessel? Patients with dry eyes and allergies can rub their eyes and experience recurrent broken blood vessels from the physical trauma of rubbing the eyes. In some patients it can be due to elevated inr (too much coumadin) or excessive use of Aspirin or ibuprofen. Treating the dry eye or allergies can reduce this. If you have easy bruising or bleeding, check with your primary care doctor. Read more...