Conjunctivitis, which is the medical term used to refer to a pink eye, is a condition that can be caused by a number of factors. It is an irritation caused by an inflammation of the conjunctiva, the clear thin tissue covering the white part of the eye.
· Redness in the white part of the eye. · Swollen conjunctiva. · Thick yellowish discharge from the eyelids. · White or green discharge from the eye. · Itchy eyes even after washing the face several times. · Burning sensation in the eyes. · Blurred vision or difficulties with seeing. · Extreme sensitivity to light · Swollen lymph nodes.