Is blood vessel burst in eye generally caused by poor circulation?

Blood vessel where? If on the white of the eye then it does not necessarily indicate a vascular problem. If in the retina as in a vein occlusion then it certainly can.
Not really. Burst blood vessels on the eye surface can be caused by a sudden elevation of blood pressure or fragile blood vessels. Most commonly, a burst vessel is a chance occurence that does not recur. If it does more than once per year, have it evaluated by an eye doctor.

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What can cause a blood vessel to burst in eye?

Several things. High blood pressure and trauma are among the more common causes of a burst blood vessel in the eye. This can be brought on by something as benign as a sneeze or a cough although heavy lifting and vomiting can also play a role. Chronic high blood pressure can predispose you to this as can blood-thinning medications such as Aspirin and Coumadin (warfarin) and certain herbal supplements such as ginkgo. Read more...
Strain or cough. But often will occur for no known reason. Also sometimes caused by blood thinners. Read more...

Blood vessel burst in eye?

It's OK. You can have a capillary burst in the lining of the eye causing a red splotch that can be pretty dramatic. As long as the blood does not cross over the colored part of the eye (iris) it is not dangerous and will go away on its own within a week or so. If you have pain, decreased vision or the blood crosses over the iris, then see the ER. Read more...
More information. need more information here :) which part of the eye are you talking about? Read more...

Can pains in the head be caused by burst blood vessels in the scalp?

Unlikely! Although one would expect some tenderness at the site of a injured blood vessel, it should remain superficial and not cause any pain in the head proper. If your CT was of the head and is Neg. and the headaches continue, one should follow up with their physician and /or see a Neurologist. Good luck. Read more...

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...