Typically, treating a subconjunctival hemorrhage in the eye is not necessary as the hemorrhage eventually heals on its own, Healthline advises. If the root cause is a condition such as a bleeding disorder or high blood p... More »

It can take between two to three weeks for an eye hemorrhage to heal, according to MedlinePlus. Redness in the sclera, which is the main symptom of a subconjunctival hemorrhage, resolves on its own within this time perio... More »

Blood vessels that are prone to bleeding, ruptures in healthy blood vessels and bleeding from an adjacent area can cause a hemorrhage behind the eye, according to EyeNet. Vitreous hemorrhage is painless but does obscure ... More »

A hyphema or a subconjunctival hemorrhage both cause bleeding in the eye, according to WebMD. A hyphema occurs when blunt trauma or a fall causes the eye to bleed between the iris and the cornea. A subconjunctival hemorr... More »

A subconjunctival hemorrhage is a broken blood vessel trapped beneath the transparent surface of the eye. The white part of the eye turns bright red, indicating a blood vessel has hemorrhaged. More »

When a subconjunctival hemorrhage, which is the medical term for blood in the eye, occurs, artificial tears can be applied to soothe the eye, but there is nothing that can help repair the broken blood vessels, according ... More »

Healthline explains that the treatment for watery eyes depends on the cause of the symptom and includes the use of medicated eye drops, allergy drugs, medical procedures to clear blocked eye ducts, antibiotics and someti... More »

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