We do not treat, and this is not self treatment.
You need an exam.
If it is part of an allergic reaction, it will clear up without treatment.
If it is an allergic reaction that is not resolving, the doctor will either prescribe antihistamines, or a steroid taper, which is prescription.
That depends on the exam as to which.
Please remember that we answer specific questions. We do not replace a doctors visit that is needed.
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Don't know. I can not see it.
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This is called subconjuntival hemorrhage.
It is usually harmless and clears up on its own.
Sometimes it can reflect an elevation of blood pressure or other problems.
So, likely OK, but a good reason to see your doctor.
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