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Eye infections can be painful, unsightly, and if left untreated, dangerous. They're also easily transmittable, which is another reason for you to wash your hands frequently. There are several common eye infections, with different causes, treatment, and prevention. Although some may be easily diagnosed and treated at home, others may require special medical attention. If you notice redness, swelling, or blemishes around your eye, consult with your physician about the cause and treatment. Complications from eye infections can lead to greater sickness or loss of vision.

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1. Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)

Conjunctivitis is a bacterial infection of the eye, and one of the most common. Although pink eye is unpleasant and painful, it's not especially serious and may be treated with over the counter medication. It's very contagious, so if you suspect that you have it, stay away from food service and contact with small children. Contact with fecal bacteria causes conjunctivitis. It inflames the wites of these - the conjunctiva membrane. Pink eye is especially common in children. Symptoms include a red eye, with a watery discharge that can make your eyes stick together.

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