Haemolacria

Haemolacria is a physical condition that causes a person to produce tears that are partially composed of blood. It can manifest as tears that are anything from merely red-tinged to appearing to be entirely made of blood. ... This condition is a symptom of a number of diseases, and may also be indicative of a tumor in the lacrimal apparatus. It is most often provoked by local factors such as bacterial conjunctivitis, environmental damage or injuries. Acute haemolacria can occur in fertile women and seems to be induced by hormones, similarly to what happens in endometriosis. Haemolacria, though initially shocking, is often harmless and resolves quickly on its own. Credit: Ana Sayfa, Onedio.com

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In some cases of haemolacria, there are no identifiable medical causes or explanation. As a result, it may be deemed a spontaneous symptom that usually resolves in time.. Cases of haemolacria have been attributed to a number of causes and conditions. .. Some of the more common include: *Hormone changes *Menstruation *Inflammation conjunctival injuries. * Traumab.. **Locked tear duct ** High blood pressure **Blood disorders, such as hemophilia ** Nose bleeds . ** Pyogenic granuloma **Melanoma tumors

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Haemolacria is a physical condition that causes a person to produce tears that are partially composed of blood. It can manifest as tears that are anything from merely red-tinged to appearing to be entirely made of blood.

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