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When I was younger I was hit in the eye playing baseball and ended up witch hyphema. Essentially my eye was bleeding.
I just sort of put two and two together today and called up my mom to ask her if she remembered which eye I had been hit in. It turned out it was the same eye that I was having problems with. I have this spot on the eye going from the inside edge of my left cornea down towards the inside bottom of my eye past the lid where it's always bloodshot. Usually it's very faint but if I've been up late working at my computer, or wear my contacts too long, or just some mornings right when I wake up it will be noticeably darker.
It's not something that ever bothers me. The only time I really notice it is when I've been wearing my contacts too long and it'll just feel dry and itchy. But I am wondering if it could be connected to the problem I had when I was a kid. I don't know if it's something worth mentioning the next time I see a doctor or not.
Googling the condition doesn't seem to mention any persistent effects from it but that's not really a foolproof way of finding anything out about it.