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Can my bacterial conjunctivitis become resistant to antibiotics?

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Dr. David Galbraith
Pediatrics

In brief: Absolutely

Many strains of bacteria that cause conjunctivitis are resistant to common antibiotics.
However, bacterial conjunctivitis will almost always go away on it's own without treatment.

In brief: Absolutely

Many strains of bacteria that cause conjunctivitis are resistant to common antibiotics.
However, bacterial conjunctivitis will almost always go away on it's own without treatment.
Dr. David Galbraith
Dr. David Galbraith
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