Articles Tagged: follicular conjunctivitis

Bacterial Conjunctivitis Treatment

Bacterial ConjunctivitisContrary to popular belief, bacterial conjunctivitis is actually less common than that caused by virus. There seems to be a significant amount of confusion therefore regarding pink eye contagious period as it relates to bacteria caused pink eye.

Have you ever had someone come to work with pink eye and say the famous phrase “I’ve been on antibiotics for 24 hours, I’m fine.”

Adenoviral Conjunctivitis Duration and Treatment

Adenoviral ConjunctivitisAdenoviral conjunctivitis is the most common form of pinkeye infection. Carrying a varying incubation period lasting between a few days and a couple weeks, viral conjunctivitis doesn’t come and go as quickly as anyone would like it to. Part of the reason pinkeye spreads so quickly is because many people don’t know

Viral Conjunctivitis vs. Bacterial Conjunctivitis

Viral ConjunctivitisIf you have recently been diagnosed with conjunctivitis and you are wondering whether you have a pink eye contagious case or not, read on.

Viral conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the top layer of the eye and the interior lining of the eyelids caused by a virus. Usually only one eye gets infected and becomes red, swollen and dry. A patient might experience clear or yellowish drainage, especially overnight, and see a crust forming on the eyelids and lashes. Adenoviral conjunctivitis is one of the types of a viral conjunctivitis caused by certain types of virus.

Top 10 Most Unusual Bloodshot Eyes Causes

Bloodshot Eyes CausesBloodshot eyes is a condition characterized by enlarged blood vessels on the surface of the eye caused by multiple factors like allergies, infections, irritants and diseases. Bloodshot eyes symptoms include, along with obvious redness, mild to severe eye dryness, eye discomfort, itching and burning, watery or yellow discharge and light sensitivity.

Here is a listing of bloodshot eyes causes in the most unusual cases:

Follicular Conjunctivitis: Causes and Remedies

Follicular ConjunctivitisIf you are searching answers for your bloodshot eyes causes, the follicular conjunctivitis might be to blame.

Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, a lining of the eye and the inside of the eyelids. In the case of follicular conjunctivitis the lymph node tissues get inflamed and show up as raised yellow or pink lesions and could be seen on the inside of the bottom eyelids. Children are more prone to getting follicular conjunctivitis due to immature immune system.