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Had a aneurysm coiled two years ago still have small piece unclipped having regular brian scans next scan june. Notice blood in the corner of my eye?

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Dr. Fred Rincon
Internal Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: Unrelated

No doubt this is unrelated.
Conjuctival hemorrhages don't have anything to do with the physiopathology of aneurysms or their rupture. After two years of treatment, i doubt that you are on blood thinners. Remember to follow-up, no smoking, control blood pressure. If worst headache of life then seek immediate medical attention.

In brief: Unrelated

No doubt this is unrelated.
Conjuctival hemorrhages don't have anything to do with the physiopathology of aneurysms or their rupture. After two years of treatment, i doubt that you are on blood thinners. Remember to follow-up, no smoking, control blood pressure. If worst headache of life then seek immediate medical attention.
Dr. Fred Rincon
Dr. Fred Rincon
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In brief: ?unrelated

Subconjunctival hematoma s can occur with local trauma or even a cough or sneeze.

In brief: ?unrelated

Subconjunctival hematoma s can occur with local trauma or even a cough or sneeze.
Dr. Creighton Wright
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Dr. Anthony Filly
should not be related to your anyerusm
Dr. Samuel Salamon
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Blood thinner?

Aneurysms treated with coils can often require anti-coagulation postop.
If you're on a blood thinner (aspirin, warfarin, pradaxa, pavlix, etc) then a sub-conjunctival hemorrhage is no surprise. Straining, forceful sneeze, very high blood pressure could also cause a broken blood vessel on the mucous membrane covering the sclera. Looks scary. No drops needed. Resolves on its own.

In brief: Blood thinner?

Aneurysms treated with coils can often require anti-coagulation postop.
If you're on a blood thinner (aspirin, warfarin, pradaxa, pavlix, etc) then a sub-conjunctival hemorrhage is no surprise. Straining, forceful sneeze, very high blood pressure could also cause a broken blood vessel on the mucous membrane covering the sclera. Looks scary. No drops needed. Resolves on its own.
Dr. Samuel Salamon
Dr. Samuel Salamon
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