There is a little over two years, I found a vein in my eye had burst (probably due to a large stress rather sudden). I thought that in time she would leave, but it’s still there. It is not extremely flashy but most people are realizing this and wonder if I smoked because I look redder by the time (or the white of the eye whiter than sais I). It does not hurt me at all, but it is not particularly beautiful to see … I consulted an ophthalmologist who told me that this is just a vein that farted and we can do nothing … But it me drunk enough to keep it to life … I do not hypertension (instead) so it does not come from there I think … do you know if there are treatments to this vein disappear or at least make it less visible (or at all)? If for example there are drops or whatever?
No shit, it happened to me the same thing but it did not last, it was following a constipation. I not making fun of you, I swear, this is my doc who told me. Yes sometimes when you’re constipated after you force too when you go to the toilet and it makes you fart a ship in the eye !! Since I close my eyes in this case, lol (it is useless in fact)
by against me was gone maybe a month, but such as you, I did not know how to hide it, above all I did not know what meet the people who asked me where it came from …
Go see an ophthalmologist, it will probably better than us what is to be done
The term retinopathy applies to any harm to the blood vessels of the retina. Located deep in the eye, the retina provides the circulatory system of a window. His exploration allows a doctor to examine a sample of the blood vessels of the body and detect early signs of complications of diabetes or high blood pressure and other conditions (eg. Sickle cell anemia, anemia, lupus). Retinopathy can also reach children born preterm. Your doctor can observe damage in your retinal conditions such as hypertensive retinopathy, a complication caused by increased blood pressure (hypertension), and diabetic retinopathy, a complication due to this diabetes for several years. hypertension does not usually alter the vision, but hypertensive retinopathy can cause clogging of the arteries or veins of the retina and lead to loss of sight. Smoking and diabetes increases the risk of hypertensive retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is characterized by the degradation of the blood vessels of the retina of each eye. This is the main cause of blindness in North America. Almost all people with diabetes have signs of retinal damage after living some 20 years with the disease. Causes Retinopathy is usually a sign of another medical condition. Although many medical conditions (eg. Sickle cell anemia, lupus) can cause retinopathy, its presence is mostly attributable to diabetes or hypertension (high blood pressure). Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes. Diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar levels that can damage blood vessels. The injured retinal vessels can leak proteins and fatty acids that form deposits and eventually interfere with vision. Damaged blood vessels do not effectively supply the retina with oxygen and other damage may result. In the advanced form, known proliferative retinopathy, new blood vessels grow into a multitude in the eye. Their fragility is often responsible for failures that cause bleeding in the eye. Bleeding can cause scarring in the eye and disrupt vision. Hypertensive retinopathy is a complication of high blood pressure and usually develops over several years. High blood pressure damages blood vessels thicken and narrow under his influence. The blood supply to the retina is reduced and damage ensues. Blood leakage may possibly occur in the retina and cause additional damage.