Conjunctivitis is an inflammation or swelling of conjunctiva, which is an outermost covering of the eye and the inner eyelids. Most common causes of conjunctivitis include infections and allergies. Conjunctivitis can be acute (of short duration), chronic (long lasting) or recurring in nature.
• Thick, stringy discharge which may be yellowish or greenish in color
• Eye pain
• Swelling of the eye
• Sensation of particle in the eye
• Aversion to light
• Sneezing and runny nose in allergic conjunctivitis.