Bacterial pink eye usually infects one eye but can infect both eyes and produces a heavy discharge of pus and mucus. Viral pink eye typically begins in one eye and causes lots of tears and a watery discharge. Allergic pink eye produces tearing, itching, and redness in both eyes, and sometimes an itchy, runny nose. Ophthalmia neonatorum is a severe form of bacterial pink eye in newborns. Giant papillary conjunctivitis it is most frequently associated with the long-term use of contact lenses.
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