The Cause Of Red Veins Appear In The White Eyeball?
At night, I want to ask, in both of my white eyeballs, red veins appear, and it’s been quite a while, it feels normal, not itchy etc .. how do I get rid of it huh? Dangerous or not, thank you
Hello Nurhanifah, thank you for asking.
The white part of the eye is called the sclera which on the outside is covered by a clear membrane called the conjunctiva. In the sclera of course there are capillary blood vessels. In certain conditions, blood vessels can dilate. The dilated blood vessels will appear more clearly in the eye and sometimes accompanied by redness in the eye. If you do not feel symptoms of itching or pain, no secretions come out of the eye, then it is likely that the condition is normal. This can be said to be similar to the emergence of clearer blood vessels in the skin of the arm for example, as long as it is not accompanied by other symptoms, then it is not dangerous.
The thing you should pay attention to is if there is dilation of the blood vessels of the eye accompanied by symptoms of watery or slimy eyes, glare, itching or pain, feels like something is up, or blurred vision. If you experience some of these symptoms, then you are likely to experience:
allergic reactions irritant reactions due to dust, pollution, contact lenses, etc. infections by bacteria or fungal sores on the conjunctiva or sclera so that infection arises When you find these symptoms, consult your doctor so that appropriate therapy can be given. Hope this answer helps. Regards.