Blood Blister in Eye?


A blood blister in the eye is called subconjunctival hemorrhage. A subconjunctival hemorrhage is blood that is located between the conjunctiva and the underlying sclera. Rubbing eyes is the most common cause of a blood blister in the eye. The blister will usually go away from a few days to a week. Certain infections of the outside of the eye (conjunctivitis) where a virus or a bacteria weaken the walls of small blood vessels under the conjunctiva may cause a blood blister.
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