If not, here's something I read that might be helpful:
"Sometimes, blood vessels in the whites of the eyes break and cause a red spot or speck. This is a called a subconjunctival hemmorhage. The blood may look alarming, especially if the spot is large. It is usually not a cause for concern, and will clear up in two to three weeks.
However, if your eye is bloody and painful, if there is blood in the colored part of the eye, or if the bleeding followed a blow to the eye, call a health professional. Also call if bleeding in the eye occurs often, or occurs after you begin taking blood thnners (anticoagulants)."
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