warrenNo, you'd better not play sports with other people. First of all, your pink eyes have the contagious character which may give to other people. You may let your friends get the pink eyes, too. Secondly, there is a lot of invisible bacterium in the sports places which may make your pink eyes get serious. Thus, you'd better stay at home to have a good rest for the eyes.11/10/2012
John Hendryyou had better stay at home. If you can play sports at home, it would be perfect. but if you wanna go out, it would cause some trouble. pink eyes has strong infectious, and speed of transmission is very quick. If you go out, some other people would be infected. Also, it will make your pink eyes more serious.11/10/2012
EthanWell, I have to tell you that you are not supposed to play sports when you have pink eyes, for they can be infected, and in this way it can make your eyes more serious. As we know that pink eye is redness and inflammation of the membranes covering the whites of the eyes and the membranes on the inner part of the eyelids. And generally speaking, it can be caused by irritation, allergies, eyestrain, environment, wearing contact lenses, dry eyes. So when you play sports go outsides, your eyes can be irritated by some allergies. So anyway, you should not do that. In my opinion, you can put some ice on your eyes and change it frequently. And also, drop some eye drops, so it can relieve the symptom. Also, there are also some other symptoms such as itching, burning or stinging, discharge, swelling, watering. So just be careful about it.11/12/2012
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