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What are symptoms of pink eye?
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Dr. Robert Chang
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Red, discharge
Pink eye usually refers to viral conjunctivitis, symptoms include some drainage, either watery or thicker. Lids can be stuck and swollen, foreign body sensation with burning, eye is red bloodshot and irritated, transfer easily from one eye to the other, very contagious.

In brief: Red, discharge
Pink eye usually refers to viral conjunctivitis, symptoms include some drainage, either watery or thicker. Lids can be stuck and swollen, foreign body sensation with burning, eye is red bloodshot and irritated, transfer easily from one eye to the other, very contagious.
Dr. Robert Chang
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Dr. Jeffrey Barke
Family Medicine
In brief: Red and gooey
The white of your eye is often red/irritated and there often is a discolored discharge.
Often your eye lid will be stuck together with discharge in the morning. Some itching/burning may also be present. Good idea to seek medical care for this one as you don't want to mess with your vision!

In brief: Red and gooey
The white of your eye is often red/irritated and there often is a discolored discharge.
Often your eye lid will be stuck together with discharge in the morning. Some itching/burning may also be present. Good idea to seek medical care for this one as you don't want to mess with your vision!
Dr. Jeffrey Barke
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