How To Treat Bleeding In The Eye (sub-conjunctival)?
I am a 19 year old adam street 20 it has been 2 days my eyes like there is bleeding and I check on google that subconjunctival bleeding is suppose to be able to heal in how many days huh? What do you think is the cure for this? Can it be with Cendo Xitrol? / insto? Please answer yes, thank you
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Bleeding under the conjunctiva of the eye or also called sub conjuctiva bleeding is a condition in which the blood vessels below the membrane of the conjunctiva burst, giving a picture of blood to spread several millimeters in the area of the ruptured blood vessel.
Some of the conditions below can cause sub conjunctival bleeding, namely:
1. trauma to the eye
2. increased blood vessel pressure, such as when coughing, or lifting heavy loads
3. infection or inflammation of the eye
4. Side effects of surgery on the eye or certain diseases, such as high blood pressure
5. drugs, such as aspirin
To find out the cause of bleeding under the conjunctiva, it is necessary to consult a family doctor or ophthalmologist. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations, and investigations if necessary to determine the cause of bleeding under the conjunctiva. Treatment is given based on the cause of the bleeding, giving artificial tears can reduce this complaint; however, in general, this bleeding can improve in a few days to several weeks, on average about 10 days, depending on the extent of the bleeding.
Regarding your question,
1. healing can range from 10 daily, bleeding will be reabsorbed by the body. In addition, you can also do an independent evaluation of the risk of causing the activity or habit that you do so that this sub conjunctival bleeding occurs.
2. Artficial tear is usually prescribed by a doctor, so you should consult with your doctor directly as described above to get treatment and treatment
3. like answer number 2; I cannot give treatment recommendations without a direct examination on the patient
For initial treatment, you can apply ice packs or cold compresses at the bleeding point. But for the recovery phase, which is day 4 or 5, you can give a warm compress to help absorb blood. do it routinely 3-4 times per day, every 15 minutes.
In addition, avoid smoking, and avoid sleeping late to help your recovery period.
Thus the info we can convey.