How do you get rid of blood clots in the eye?

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There are many reasons that a person can develop a blood clot behind the eye. The most common cause of developing a blood clot behind the eye is an injury to the eye which could be as simple as poking the eye with a finger. To get rid of blood clots behind the eye you can you should take plenty of time rest the eye from strain. Apply cold compresses to the eye in intervals of 15 minutes on and 15 minutes off throughout the day. Some people like to place a few drops of rosewater into the eye at bedtime for faster results.
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The medical term is Subconjunctival hemorrhage. The eye has a red spot of blood on the sclera (the white part of the eye) This occurs when there is a rupture of a small blood vessel
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Direct trauma, like when you get poked in the eye or high blood pressure causing your retinal vessels to burst(more serious).
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