You may know it by one of these names and it is likely you’ve either experienced conjunctivitis yourself or know someone who has. No matter what you call it, it has a specific look: red, swollen eyelids; itchy, watery eyes; and typically a discharge. It is a sudden and uncomfortable condition that can overtake a household or even a classroom if left without treatment.
The affected portion of the eye is called the conjunctiva. It is made up of two membranes, one that covers the eyeball (bulbar conjunctiva) while the other protects the inner surface of the eyelid (palpebral conjunctiva). These two membranes are attached, creating a continuous defence from foreign bodies, such as eyelashes or contact lenses, from getting lost behind the eye.
In all these cases, it’s important to seek out medical attention to address your strain of conjunctivitis. A doctor can prescribe eye drops, antibiotics, or antihistamines for your condition. In the case of the contagious viral and bacterial pink eye, it is important to stay home from work or school and it is advised to wash all the sheets, towels, makeup, or stuffed animals that may have come into contact with the eye.
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