How does pink eye occur
Conjunctivitis (pink eye) is caused by bacteria and viruses and spreads via doorknobs, desks, shopping carts... anything like that [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-does-pink-eye-occur ]
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- How long does it take for pink eye symptoms to occur??
- Pinkeye is an infection or allergy of the conjunctivae Conjunctivitis is highly contagious spreading by direct person-to-person contact, in airborne droplets that are coughed or sneezed, or from sharing makeup, towels and washcloths. Adenov...
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- how long does it take for pink eye symptoms to occur?
- Q: i went to the dr today and it turns out i have pink eye. last night i was at some ones house and we shared a blanket and held hands. i'm aware pink eye is very contagous but i didn't know i had it at the time. if he were to catch it, how long will it take for symptoms to occur?
- A: Pinkeye is an infection or allergy of the conjunctivae Conjunctivitis is highly contagious spreading by direct person-to-person contact, in airborne droplets that are coughed or sneezed, or from sharing makeup, towels and washcloths.Adenoviral conjunctivitis is a severe form of viral conjunctivitis that is highly contagious. It usually takes 2 – 7 days for symptoms to appear. Bacterial conjunctivitis usually comes on abruptly in one eye and will spread to the other eye within 48 hours.
- do i have allergy induced pink eye?
- Q: okay so i think i have pink eye. i had it 2 years ago (my sophmore year, im going to be a senior) during softball season and it was in my left eye. it was watery red and swollen, but there was NO mucus-y or pus discharge. i thought that maybe i got some sand or grass stuff in my eye that caused it.all that came out was like tears, completely clear, no coloration whatsoever. just last night my eye started itching (my left eye) and i thought it was my contacts. to my suprise, i noticed my eye was red and watery and itchy. eariler yesterday i had my first soccer practice of the season and they were mowing the field. so im thinking it was from that? now last year, i DID play soccer, but i didnt get these symptoms at all, (and i didnt play softball) and they just turned up again. also, during practice today my nose was a combination of stuffy and runny and my eye was itchy. ive read online that allergy-related pink eye occurs in both eyes, but i only have it in one. can it still be allergy related?
- A: I'll let you know today. I'm going to the doctor in an hour because I have the *exact* same thing going on. Mine flairs up about once a month though. Same eye, every time, never both (the left, no less!).
- Can Doctors Diagnose Pink-Eye before Full Onset Occurs?
- Q: One of my friends woke up with pink eye in both of her eyes this morning.I know that it can stay dormant for up to three days before any symptoms show so none of us knew.Of course, as friends do, we hugged each other often enough.And now I think I'm going to get it.Bacterial Pink-Eye is what she has.Should I go ahead and go to the doctor or wait and see if I get full on pink-eye first?
- A: No they can't. There's no test for pink-eye so the only way to detect it is through physical symptoms, meaning red, crusty eyes. I know that one way a person can get pink-eye is through a left over cold virus in their system (thats how i got it), so if you don't already, I would be careful about contact with people that have a cold.
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