Treatment

You may want to use eyedrops, such as artificial tears, to soothe any scratchy feeling you have in your eye. Beyond that, the blood in your eye will absorb within about one to two weeks, and you'll need no treatment.

Oct. 26, 2016
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Subconjunctival hemorrhage (broken blood vessel in eye)