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Pink Eye

Also called: Conjunctivitis

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A broken blood vessel in the eye is called a CONJUNCTIVAL HEMORRHAGE. There are harmless, painless, and self-limiting; not contagious. Pink eye...
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Pink eye, itself, should not cause a fever, but some forms of conjunctivitis are VIRAL and are part of a larger array of many cold-like symptoms. In...
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Yes. Germs can be transmitted from the keyboard or phone to the fingers, and then those fingers can come into contact with the eyes.
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I don't know....I would need to know the NAME of the prescription eye medication, when it has expired, and if the person that is being treated...
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There are a few types of "pink eye" (conjunctivitis). When you also have a cough and congestion, the pink eye may be caused by the same...
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Oral antibiotics, including cephalexin, will NOT clear up pink eye (conjunctivitis). If the cause is suspected to be bacterial, a prescription...
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I let children go back to school after 24 hours of treatment, assuming there is clinical improvement. The eye drops or ointment will need to be given...
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Sure....I deal with this every day. Just keep YOUR hands clean, and don't rub your own eyes. Pink eye (conjunctivitis) will not jump off of the...
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Sometimes.  The nasolacrimal duct connects the eye to the nose, and of course, the nose is connected to the paranasal sinuses. An infection in...
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Pink eye is caused by so many different pathogens that it would be technically possible, but unlikely.
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You have conjunctivitis it starts like that then it becomes too worse your eye starts to produce alot of discharge and it becomes very red. To treat...
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It is an infection in the eye and yes it is very contagious.
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An ophthalmologist is a physician with the most expertise in this area, although many optometrists and primary care clinicians are capable to dealing...
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