• Question: What is the main cause of conjecture Vitus?

    Asked by candyboo14 to Anna, Jane, Iain, Nick on 19 Mar 2014.
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      Iain Moal answered on 19 Mar 2014:

      I’ve never heard of conjecture Vitus. Perhaps you mean conjunctivitus, which is inflammation of the eye? There are many things which can cause this sort of inflammation, but the most common are infections and allergies.

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      Jane Charlesworth answered on 19 Mar 2014:

      I think you mean conjunctivitis, which is an inflammation of the eye. If so, that can be caused by allergies or infections.

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      Anna Middleton answered on 19 Mar 2014:

      I’m not sure of conjecture vitus either. If it is conjunctivitis then there can be bacterial and viral causes. My son gets conjunctivitis a lot and our GP thinks it is just a virus he can’t shift. It usually goes away on its own.