Can You Tell Me What Is Bacterial Pink Eye?

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Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, is a kind of inflammation or infection on the transparent membrane (conjunctiva) that covers the white part of your eyeball and lines your eyelid. Since the small blood vessels in the conjunctiva are inflamed, they're more visible. Then your eyes appear to be pink or reddish. Bacterial pink eye, also known as bacterial conjunctivitis, is a kind of pink eye disease. It can not only produce a heavy discharge of pus and mucus, but also infect your eyes severely. Its symptom often includes a thick, yellow-green discharge which can last all day. Usually such symptom is not with flu or cold. Keywords: bacterial pink eye