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Over the Counter Pink Eye Drops

August 23, 2013By 0 Comments

Conjunctivitis or pink eye is redness in the eye which is caused due to the inflammation of the region of the eye called conjunctiva, where the inner surface of eye lid and outermost layer of the eye meets. This is caused mainly due to viral infection, bacterial infection or any allergic reaction. It is one […]

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Similasan Pink Eye Relief Review

August 22, 2013By 0 Comments

Conjunctivitis or pink eye is inflammation of the conjunctiva. Conjunctiva is the region of the eye present between the inner most surface of the eye lid and the outermost clear membrane of the eye. Pink eye is one of the most common eye infections. There are no risks of vision damage or any long term […]

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Bacterial Pink Eye

August 22, 2013By 0 Comments

Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of white layer of eye and inner of eyelids. It is due to viral or bacterial infection and allergic reactions. As the name suggests, pink eye due to virus is called viral infection and those caused due to bacteria are termed as bacterial pink eye. Bacterial pink eye or conjunctivitis is […]

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Can Cats Get Pink Eye ?

August 21, 2013By 0 Comments

Well, the answer to this question is yes, cats can get pink eye. Pink eye or conjunctivitis is the inflammation of conjunctivita and this eye infection is pretty common in cats. Pink eye in cats is caused by infections, most common of which are herpesvirus (FHV-1) and chlamydophila. The symptoms of pink eye in cats […]

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Pink Eye Treatment

August 11, 2013By 0 Comments

Treatment for conjunctivitis or pink eye may vary depending on the cause of infection. If you develop symptoms like red eye, runny nose, irritation in eye, discharge from eye, blurred vision and sensitivity to light then you should immediately see your doctor for proper treatment. Viral pink eye treatment Viral conjunctivitis is the most common […]

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Viral Pink Eye

August 11, 2013By 0 Comments

Viral pink eye or conjunctivitis is caused due to viral infection. Virus such as Adenoviruses are the most common reason for such infection. It may be associated with a common cold, upper respiratory tract infection, or sore throat. Pink eye is caused due to inflammation of the conjunctiva i.e. the over most clear membrane of […]

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How contagious is pink eye?

August 10, 2013By 0 Comments

Pink eye or conjunctivitis is a condition leading to inflammation of eye membrane, caused by either allergic reaction or any infection. It is characterized by redness, eye pain, irritation in eyes, tearing and discharge and can affect any person, though it is very common among kids. Pink eye caused by bacterial or viral infection is […]

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How long does pink eye last?

August 10, 2013By 0 Comments

Pink eye or conjunctivitis is a situation when the infected person’s eyes get red and swelling is observed in the conjunctiva. Conjunctiva is a membrane which lies between eyelid and the surface. Usually, the lining in the eye is clear, unless the person suffers from infection. Pink eye is caused due to viral and bacterial […]

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Home remedies for Pink Eye

August 10, 2013By 0 Comments

Pinkeye or conjunctivitis is a viral or bacterial infection of the inside of the eye lid and the outer layer of the eye. It is extremely contagious and is an indication of a weakened immune system. Symptoms of pinkeye are redness, swelling, itchiness, tearing, and mucous production in the eye. This mucous might stick the […]

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Eye drops for pink eye

July 31, 2013By 0 Comments

Pink eye or conjunctivitis is a situation where eyes of the infected people become red and they get swollen unusually. It is caused by viral, bacteria and allergic reactions. Most of the pink eyes take three days to two weeks of time to recover depending on a person’s immunity. However, certain conjunctivitis such as those […]

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