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If pain management is necessary, acetaminophen can be used. Aspirin and ibuprofen should be avoided, because they interfere with platelets ' ability to form a clot and consequently increase the risk of additional bleeding. [3] Sedation is not usually necessary for patients with hyphema. It is controversial amongst ophthalmologists whether a steroid medication or a dilating eye drop ( mydriatic ) should be used in treatment of hyphema. Steroids aim to reduce the amount of inflammation, but also cause side effects. Dilating drops aim to increase comfort from the traumatized iris as well as reduce bleeding, but can also cause the pupil to be fixed in a dilated state via posterior synechiae (adhesions). [ citation needed ]

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