Yes, a subconjunctival hemorrhage can be caused by coughing, sneezing or vomiting.
Close the eye and place ice over it. Other than that, some aspirin may help.
No, it would not be recommended.
Depends on where in the eye you mean. On the white: broken blood vessel. In the back of the eye: see a doctor.
A broken blood vessel under the thin clear tissue that sits on the white of the eye looks blood red. Google image subconjunctival hemorrhage. Is can be a scary sight, but is usually benign.
yeh see a doctor
Opthalmologist, specializes in surgical eye care
If you have blood in your eye it is called subconjunctival hemorrhage. It is basically a broken blood vessel in your eye. This is usually a harmless condition that will go away on its own in a week or two.
NOPE not at ALLL trust me u dont feel it
No But Sneezing To Hard Or Coughing To Hard Can BUst The Vessels
Violent sneezes and coughs can cause broken eye vessels.