When wearing contact lenses, I feel uncomfortable and want to take them off. I can't take them off as if they were sucked. I don't know whether they are contact lenses or something on the surface of the eyeball. It's not easy to take them off. I found that there was bleeding. The blood didn't disappear much in the past night. Do I need to go to the hospital to have a look, or what medicine to use
Hello, from the picture you sent, you now have balls in your eyes and subconjunctival bleeding. It may be caused by taking off your contact lenses and not easy to take them off. I suggest you don't wear contact lenses recently, don't eat spicy and irritating food, and don't rub your eyes with your hands. It will be absorbed slowly after a period of time. If you feel uncomfortable with your eyes, you can order levofloxacin eye drops.
From the picture, you have subconjunctival bleeding. According to what you said, it may be because you damaged the bulbar conjunctiva when you took off your contact lenses, resulting in capillary bleeding of bulbar conjunctiva. If there is no eye pain, eye swelling, photophobia and tears, it is recommended that you use anti-inflammatory eye drops to observe. Most subconjunctival bleeding will be absorbed by yourself in about half a month
Hello, according to your description and picture analysis, the film belongs to subconjunctival hemorrhage. Subconjunctival hemorrhage may be caused by capillary rupture when pulling hard. However, ciliary hyperemia can be seen. It is recommended that you go to a regular hospital as soon as possible and ask an ophthalmologist to check if there is any lesion in your cornea.