A female patient aged about 30 yrs with no history of any injury presented with this picture.What may be the causes?

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Female patient aged about 30 yrs with no h/o any injury, has presented with unilateral subconjunctival hemorrhage....... POSSIBILITIES (CAUSES): - COUGHING, POWERFUL SNEEZING, VOMITING, STRAINING, or OTHER SIMILAR ACTIONS most commonly cause subconjunctival hemorrhages....... This is BECAUSE they briefly raise blood pressure in veins....... THIS QUICK PRESSURE RISE CAN CAUSE CAPILLARIES TO BREAK, RESULTING IN S/C HEMORRHAGE....... EVEN RUBBING EYE/S TOO HARD MIGHT CAUSE capillaries to break..... ** LESS COMMON CAUSES of SUBCONJUNCTIVAL HEMORRHAGE INCLUDE :- DIABETES (NOT APPLICABLE IN THIS CASE) HIGH BP (NOT APPLICABLE IN THIS CASE) MEDICINES that can make bleed easily (such as ASPIRIN or BLOOD THINNERS like warfarin....... ** RARELY, S/C hge is CAUSED BY :- BLOOD CLOTTING DISORDERS or OTHER BLOOD PROBLEM that affects whole body....... ** TRAUMA to the eye can also cause subconjunctival hemorrhage.......(NOT APPLICABLE IN THIS CASE).......

S/c hemorrhage . Most probably it would be spontaneus .

H/O Anticoagulants should be asked, H/O Bleeding disorders, further BT, CT can be done, BP should be checked

Subconjunctival haemorrhage. Rule out hypertension, coagulation disorders or any connective tissue disorders

DIFFUSE S C H IN ABSENCE OF TRAUMA CAUSES ARE HYPERTENSION D M IF PT IS ON ANTICOAGULANTS DRUGS LIKE ASPIRINE CHRONIC COUGH CONSTAPATION

Subconjunctival hemorrhage H/o Rule out HTN Fever Any Medications... Most of the time spontaneous ... Tab vit c bd

Sir is vit c has any role in sub conjunctival haemorrhage??
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Today this female patient aged 30 yrs has visited with blood report showing anaemia.Subconj hge has disappeared considerably

The patient's BP and PPBS are normal I already asked for TC,DC,Hb,BT,CT.

History of fever has to be ruled out too
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Sir, is there any history of spontaneous gum bleeding? The commonest cause for spontaneous bleeding from mucosal surfaces in young adults is vitamin C deficiency.

Sir why do we ask for H/O Fever ?
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Sub Conjunctival hemorrhage, also in young female, history of oral contraceptive pills be asked

OCPs are infamous for causing thrombotic pathologies. Do they cause increased tendency to bleed spontaneously?
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