I wear clear contacts. On Monday, my eye was really red. And I went to a doctor (not an eye doctor, just a regular doctor) and he said its because of the contacts. He told me not to wear them for a ...
ok so I tried colored contacts the FreshLook kind and they like were three different colors that blend with my eye color. I want just one solid color like blue or green. My eyes are brown. Is there ...
the past 3 mornings ive woken up with my eyes hurting, for ex. if i move them to look in another direction really fast, they hurt, they feel very strained out, and if im standing up and sit down real ...
there's sumthing in my eye it was here for 2 days and it still is in dere! how do i get it out. nothing will work!!!!...
Blood vessel broke in my eye, what should I do?
I felt pain, as if a needle where stuck into my eye, and looked at the mirror, and my white is all bloody inside. What should I do?
Should I go to the doctor or wait till it goes by itself? Additional Details it's Friday evening, too late
it will go away on its own theres not much a dr can do for that
stay away from bright lights the first day apply warm pacs to ease discomfort
See an eye doctor immediately. There is a reason for this injury to your eye and it's something that needs to be cared for right away. Stay off the computer and rest your eyes. Avoid any further damage.
I would go to the emergency , I have an inert fear for eye injuries!
I had a broken blood vessel in my eye a while ago. I freaked out and went to the emergency room. The doctor told me that it will go away on its own and that it will look worse before it gets better. Nothing to be concerned about.
Go see an eye doctor.
see the speciallist for the eye quickly
"See" an eye doctor.
It's called a sub conjunctival hemorage. A blood vessle popped. It can happen if you have high blood pressure, sneezed, coughed, lifted something heavy. It looks scarier than it is. The blood has no where to go. That's why it's covering your sclera; the white part of the eye. It may get worse before it gets better. Meaning if it's not covering all of the white, it very well may. So don't be alarmed. Unless you are having vison loss or blurryness save your money! Happy Seeing!
Go see an Eye doctor he can tell youif it is just a ruptured vein or something worse. He can also advise you if you need to go see General Practitioner for other medical reasons that would cause this. It is better to be safe than sorry with your eyesight. Cause once it is gone usually you can't get it back.