Phlegm Bleed After Experiencing A Collision In The Eye?
Good afternoon, my eyes collided, then I compressed using ice cubes, my eyes, right when I want to remove phlegm, why does it bleed?
Thank you for the question.
Impact on the eye can cause bleeding around the eye or surrounding tissue, such as the nasal cavity and sinuses. If there is bleeding in the nasal cavity or sinus, and this bleeding is swallowed into the throat, then it can bleed out phlegm that you experience.
However, not only because of collisions in the eyes, bloody phlegm as you experience it may also arise due to other triggers, for example canker sores, tartar, cavities, gingivitis, sinusitis, nasal polyps, pharyngitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis, lung cancer, peptic ulcer, gastroesophageal reflux disease, ruptured esophageal varices, bleeding disorders, and so on.
If there is only a small amount of blood, if complaints occur only occasionally, often your condition is not dangerous. However, if the sputum is bleeding out in large quantities or recurs very often, it never hurts to see your doctor or ENT doctor. That way, your fears can certainly be answered and can also be handled properly.
Hope this helps ...