Saturday, July 19, 2008

Conjunctivitis Symptoms

Conjunctivitis symptoms depend on the factors that cause the condition. In general, conjunctivitis symptoms may involve:

  • Redness in the white area of the eye
  • Redness in the inner layer of the eyelid
  • Thick yellowish pus-like discharge
  • Itchy eyes
  • Eye inflammation
  • Blurred vision
  • Heightened sensitivity to light
If you are suffering from the symptoms mentioned above, it is the time you should seek help from your healthcare support. The healthcare practitioner will organize few eye tests to determine whether you are suffering from conjunctivitis and if so, then the type and severity of the condition, so that an effective treatment procedure can be administered.