Is red blood vessel on the edge of corneal normal?

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i just noticed there are red blood vessel at the edge of my corneal. 2parts have it on the edge of corneal are under eyelid part, and caruncle. I'm worry it may lead to CN( abnormal blood vessel growth in the corneal cause of lack of oxygen ). It said cause by wearing contact lenses more than 10hours per day, use less absorbable O2 lenses or very fit lenses, Blepharirist, or inflammation... Etc. is it normal that Blepharirist have it? Last 2 and 3weeks I visited doctor cos I have eyelids inflamed, but beside this he said no other problem on my eye balls. 

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    So you've been to the doctor and he said, apart from the inflamation, no problem - did he check your blood pressure?

    Did he give/recommend anything for the inflamation?

    You could visit your optician - not for a 'test' but for an eye medical and ask if the contsct lenses were to blame.

     

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    Hi Kitty: My advice to you will be do not wear your contact lenses for more than one or two hours / day. Let your eyes rest and try not to use computer too much or T.V. see how is your eye blood pressure and your blood pressure as a whole.visit your doctor and ask him if he will recomand anything for inflamation.
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      He seems don care much, just said no make up up or contact lenses during inflammation. When I feel m cure, I can use. Cos he see not sure what is the cause.
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    Under my upper eyelids, my eyes are look like this. Sclera and blood vessels are on the iris edge.
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