Yes, generally speaking, when you have the green eye discharge in your eyes, it can be caused by the eye infection. Aw we know that whether or not you are wearing your contact lenses at the time, it is easy for you to get eye discharge. As eye discharge can be caused by allergies, bacteria, makeup, chemicals or from your contact lenses not fitting correctly. But especially, if you are wearing the contact lenses, it will increase the risk which can lead to the eye discharge. When you have this problem, it might mean the eye infection or other problems with your lenses and it also may indicate that treatment is required. So in your situation, I suggest you should go and see an eye doctor as soon as possible.
It may cause by the infection of eye inflammation virus. If it is not serious, you can use the cold cloth to cover on the eyes and twinkle your eyes as fast as possible to release the symptom. If you feel pain and uncomfortable, you'd better go to see the doctor and have a full check.
When average person gets up, very little discharges can be found at the corner of the eyes. It's normal. But if the discharges increased obviously and accompanied some uncomfortable senses, like blurred vision, you need to watch out. They might be signs of an eye infection.
In generally, there are 4 abnormal discharges: water-like discharge, sticky discharge, purulent secretion and blood-like discharge.
With the improvement of living standards, peoples are increasingly focused on health. To observe the eye discharge is a simple way to self-examination.