Any pus-like signs in the area around or inside the eye are one more symptom of the pink eye. The patients who experience the bacterial type of this illness share they face a white-gray pus-like discharge. Doctors define it as a mucopurulent discharge. It includes mucus and pus. Most of the time, the pus-like signs appear in the eye’s corners. The patient may lose the ability to see well for some time.

Perhaps, the most confusing symptom is the respiratory infection. A patient might think he’s having the regular flu or cold, but, in fact, it can be the symptom of conjunctivitis. The thing is that this disease is the result of eyes interaction with certain bacteria or viruses which often are similar to the ones we experience when catching a cold. The patients feel weak, sneezing too often, the desire to a cough, and other signs that usually identify cold or allergy.