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    broken blood vessles in the eye
    sanbernardino posted:
    I have what looks like pink eye but isnt. I was told that it is hundreds of broken blood vessles in my eyes. This has happened 2 times be for but not this bad. My right eye looks as if it is going to strat bleeding at any momment. I now cannot see out of my right eye at all. I have a small amount of mucus coming from my right eye as I tried getting the mucus out of my eye with a qtip there was little drops of blood on it from my eye or eyelid. The left eye is not as bad. The right eye makes me look like some kind of monster. I get headachs behind my eyes all the time they are migrains. I have also sustained head and eye trama in the past due to an abusive relationship. I am hpoing that someone could tell me what they think would help me in this situation.

    San Bernardino
    Evangeline22 responded:
    Both my dad and grandpa had problems with occassionally bleeding from the eye without previous trauma, I think. It was caused by genetic factor missing from their blood.
    I suggest you see an opthamalogist.

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