When I have a flare up of Conjunctivitis, Do I need to be treating that first and foremost via antibiotic drops or still just keep on with dry eye products? Viral pink eye. If it’s truly viral, antibiotics are not going to do anything for that. You’re better off, if you’re using an artificial tear, just using that because the antibiotic isn’t going to do anything for a viral pink eye. I know that’s what they give kids and everybody else when they come in for pink eye a...


Conjunctivitis is commonly called “pink eye” by the general population because one of the recognizable symptoms is the intense redness covering the white of the eye. It manifests with inflammation of the conjunctiva – the transparent mucous membrane that covers the white part of the eye known as the sclera. Conjunctivitis can be infectious when caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi and is non-infectious when caused by allergies, chemicals, or other foreign bodies in the eye. The three most common types of conjunctivitis are bacterial, viral, and allergic, and we’ll...



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