Hoping you can tell me, is burst blood vessel in the throat bad?

Throat bleeding. It depends on the type and size of the vessel. Artery problems are rare . Vein problems are less severe . They may occur with severe coughing. All in all a rare problem that should be discussed with a physician if it occurs.

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Please tell me, could a burst blood vessel be recurring?

Yes/No. Spider veins in the legs are a common source of spontaneous bleeding, especially when one is heated as with exercise, or taking a hot bath/shower. These can be injected (sclerotherapy) for relief, and more importantly, evaluation of the leg veins with ultrasound is indicated. Should there be axial venous reflux, this can be easily fixed. See www.Phlebology.Org and visit a phlebologist. Read more...

Burst blood vessel in shoulder have lump on top of shoulder?

More info needed. This is nondiagnostic without examining the area in question. The lump could be in the skin or arise from a bone in the clavicle or shoulder joint. See your Physician for an examination. The burst vessel could be from trauma or be due to a fragile small vein or capillary which leaked. A hematoma May have formed to cause the lump also. Read more...

How concerning is a burst blood vessel in the brain?

Very concerning. When a blood vessel bursts inside the brain, it bleeds into the surrounding space (or tissue). That causes increased pressure to surrounding structures which can cause significant damage. Smaller bleeds may cause less damage - unless they happen in more vital areas. Large bleeds sometimes need surgery. Read more...

How do I know if I have a burst blood vessel in my eye?

See eye MD. See a specialist eye MD for a dilated fundus exam. The MD will use special equipment to look in the back of your eye. Read more...

Should I go to a doctor if I have a burst blood vessel in both eyes?

No. . This is a subconjunctival hemorrhage. This happens when a tiny blood vessel in your eye bursts - usually from a sneeze or other high pressure breath-hold. It is totally benign and will go away on its own. There is nothing anyone can do for it. Read more...

Is it normal to have a constant headache since a burst blood vessel in my eye?

No. A burst blood vessel should have little to no sensation. Often times patients come to us with a red eye and little else and this is usually due to dry eyes and use of anticoagulants. If you have a burst vessel and persistent headache this can signifiy severe hypertension - get seen today. Read more...