Ok I've had this weird problem for awhile now. It only happens in my left eye. Some days when I wake up my eye will randomoly be all red (bloodshot). This can happen twice a week, once every two weeks, or sometimes it doesnt happen for a few months. I have no idea what causes it and why it happens. I thought it might be allergies, but I dont know why it happens at such random intervals. It usually takes 2 days to go away once it does happen. Its very a nnoying and I really wanna know how I can get rid of it, or stop it from happening. It doesnt really hurt at all, just kinda causes vision to be slightly blurry sometimes. It only happens when I wake up, like I can go to bed with it being fine, and then when I wake up it will be all bloodshot.
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