Drugs that specialise in thinning the blood increase the chances of bleeding. Some of these medications are aspirin, heparin, enoxaparin, apixaban, enoxaparin, rivaroxaban, warfarin, and dabigatran.
Episcleritis is a severe inflammatory disorder of the episclera, the narrow tissue between the white sclera and the conjunctiva. The episclera has a thin network of blood vessels. This condition usually gets cured by itself, although some cases may lead to inflammatory disorders in other parts of the body.
Sickle cell anemia
This blood disorder is hereditary in nature. This occurs when abnormally shaped blood cells experience obstacles in circulating blood and oxygen throughout the body. The disorder manifests itself through pain, chronic anaemia, and comma-shaped red spots on the eye or lines on the sclera. Sickling of red blood cells inside some fragile blood vessels leads to blockages, causing subconjunctival hemorrhage.