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What are the symptoms of pink eye?

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In brief: Conjunctivitis

Symptoms of conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye, include reddness and irritation of the eye, especially the membrane lining the eyelids, the conjunctiva.
This may also cause tearing or a discharge from the eye.

In brief: Conjunctivitis

Symptoms of conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye, include reddness and irritation of the eye, especially the membrane lining the eyelids, the conjunctiva.
This may also cause tearing or a discharge from the eye.
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Secretion, irritatio

Thisis a viral infection of the mucus lining of the eye (the conjunctiva) which causes excess tearing, thick secretion, redness, irritation and minor changes in vision.
It may affect both eyes. It is commonly contagious. See your ophthalmologist if you suspect this condition.

In brief: Secretion, irritatio

Thisis a viral infection of the mucus lining of the eye (the conjunctiva) which causes excess tearing, thick secretion, redness, irritation and minor changes in vision.
It may affect both eyes. It is commonly contagious. See your ophthalmologist if you suspect this condition.
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