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How To Treat Conjunctivitis or Pink Eye by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Mon 23 Nov 2009 10:00pm Conjunctivitis or pink eye is one of those conditions that effect children where your damned if you and damned if you don't - treat it, that is. It is highly contagious and some children seem to get repeat bouts of it. Generally speaking it affects one eye but because it is highly contagious, it doesn't take long before the child has rubbed it in ... Read on »
The Three Faces Of Pink Eye by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 7:00am By Alicia Bell Conjunctivitis, also known as “pink eye,” is an inflammation of the thin white covering of the eye and the inside of the eyelids. If you’ve ever had this infection before, you know it’s annoying. If you haven’t, it might sound a little scary. It’s actually quite common and preventable. Usually, small children, college stude ... Read on »
Pink eye for the homeopath guy by Boards Medics Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:54pm Posted by: Dr Thunder Little Timmy is 7. He's from a middle class family, and goes to a good school. But he's been ill a few times lately. Mum reports that he's been getting "pink eye" recurrently over the last few months. Their GP has given them antibacterial eyedrops each time, and has showed them proper "eye toileting", ... Read on »
The Pink Eye **The First Draft of the Beginning of my Memoire** by Braden-NuVision Posted Thu 11 Feb 2010 1:46pm **I've decided to go ahead and start writing the first installment of my life story. This is a very rough draft of the first chapter. Let me know what you think! Would you be interested in reading more? Thanks for your feedback!** When I was a kid, having “the pink eye” was like having the cooties. Nobody wanted to even be in the same ro ... Read on »
Calling the Eye Doctor by Laurie P. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:17pm Yesterday and today I woke up with a red and bloodshot eye and it was painful. When I got to work this morning, I decided to call the eye doctor to see if I could get in to see him today or tomorrow. When the receptionist answered the phone, I heard her introduction and told her who I was. She asked me several questions and I had no trouble unde ... Read on »
Do you have “pink eye” and what is the treatment for pink eye by rita359 Posted Tue 15 Jan 2013 10:54am Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is a redness and inflammation of the eye membranes, aka the conjunctiva, which covers the eye whites and the membranes in the inner part of the eyelids. Pink eye can be caused by allergies, bacteria, chemicals and toxins, viruses, etc., because these membranes are very sensitive and delicate parts of the body. It ca ... Read on »
Natural Treatment for Pink Eye or Conjunctivitis of the Eye. by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 29 Oct 2008 2:31pm As luck would have it, a recent routine eye examine has yielded a case of pink eye. I had a sense that I might get this and one could say that I perhaps brought this on with my thoughts. Either way, it is an inconvenient infection especially for contact wearers. As such, I'd like to share a great pink eye remedy that I've used that is workin ... Read on »
Natural Treatment for Pink Eye or Conjunctivitis of the Eye. by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 29 Oct 2008 11:03am As luck would have it, a recent routine eye examine has yielded a case of pink eye. I had a sense that I might get this and one could say that I perhaps brought this on with my thoughts. Either way, it is an inconvenient infection especially for contact wearers. As such, I'd like to share a great pink eye remedy that I've used that is workin ... Read on »
Pink Eye by Dr. Country Doctor .. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:35pm Parents are always concerned when their child, and subsequently themselves, come down with a case of pink eye. Viral conjunctivitis, which accounts for over 90% of cases of this contagion, must run its course until our own immune system fights off this invader. While antibiotics are often prescribed, there is no greater waste of the treatment b ... Read on »