Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) (cont.)
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Infectious conjunctivitis can cause blurred vision (especially if it also involves the cornea), pain, and light sensitivity. Often there is a discharge from the eye (watery, mucus-like, or pus-like). It may affect one or both eyes. Often there's a history of a recent cold or exposure to other people with conjunctivitis. Allergic conjunctivitis is frequently accompanied by itching and watery discharge. It may be seasonal and is usually bilateral.
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