Treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis uses antibiotics, while pinkeye that occurs as the result of allergies responds to antihistamines such as Zyrtec or Claritin, according to WebMD. The best remedy for conjunctivitis, ... More » Health Vision

Curing pink eye requires a visit to an eye doctor, followed by home care to help prevent reinfection. If the pink eye is bacterial or caused by allergies, medication is prescribed. To keep your eyes as comfortable as pos... More » Health Vision

Antibiotic eye drops or ointments are used to treat pink eye caused by a bacterial infection, according to WebMD. Oral antibiotics help cure pink eye caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia. More »

Doctors typically prescribe antibiotics in eyedrop or ointment form to treat bacterial conjunctivitis, or pinkeye, according to Mayo Clinic. For allergy-related conjunctivitis, physicians use eyedrop medications, includi... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

Bacterial pinkeye is treated with an antibiotic and cannot be treated with a homeopathic remedy, but viral pinkeye symptoms may be relieved by using a warm compress, explains WebMD. If allergies are the cause of pinkeye,... More » Health Vision

Treatment options for watery eyes include lubricating eye drops, moist compresses, antibiotics and antihistamines. The prescribed treatment depends on the severity of the condition and the cause, explains NHS Choices. A ... More » Health Vision

Depending on the cause, treatment for watery eyes may include prescription eye drops, antibiotics for an infected eye, or medications for allergies causing the symptom, states Healthline. Doctors may also recommend putti... More »