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Greetings,Thank you for your question. I am Dr. Su S. and I will try my best to help you.It can be bacterial conjunctivitis as she has fever, greenish discharge.Though viral conjunctivitis is common, but bacterial conjunctivitis can also occur in children.She needs an examination by doctor.Antibiotic drop, ointment and or oral antibiotic can be needed.I hope this information will be helpful.If you have any query, please feel free to ask.If you are happy with my answer please click on the Excellent/Good rating. Wish her healthy life.Regards.
Yes, viral is more common than bacterial.
Usually discharge in viral infection is watery.
Sometimes in healing stage, it can be colored.
It depends on the severity of infection.
You should take her to doctor asap to start treatment.
It seems to be a moderate infection.
Strep, staph, hemophilus etc. can cause the infection.
It is relieving to know that she is improving.
It is in the healing stage of viral.