What is best treatment for an eye infection?

Hygiene, antibiotics. Depends upon the type of organism. If bacterial there are effective antibiotics. If viral hygiene is most important. If herpes, there is a good antiviral. Your ophthalmologist can evaluate your eye and sort this out.

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My doctor diagnosed me with an eye infection. Just checking - what's the best treatment.?

Depends. Eye infections can occur on the lids, skin of the eye (conjunctivitis), cornea (keratitis), or inside the eye (endophthalmitis). Treatment will at the very least include antibiotic eye drops. Depending where in the eye and the cause of the infection, oral and or intravenous antibiotics may also be necessary. Ask your doctor to explain your condition. Read more...
Eye infection. There are lots and lots of causes of eye infections, including viruses and bacteria as well as fungi. Your eye doctor can tell you which it is. Read more...

I have an eye infection I ususally get when I am under a lot of stress. What is the over counter treatment you recommend?

Needs a look by MD. Stress may lower your resistance to infection but will not cause infection all by itself. If your eye gets red frequently, let an ophthalmologist look at it once to see if there is no other problem. He/she might recommend eyedrops to use to deal with the redness which probably is not an infection. Read more...

What can I do to naturally cure an eye infection?

Nothing special. Many viral eye infections will run their course without any special care.Artificial tears or other simple eye drops may help soothe them as the process runs its course. A gradually worsening process will likely need prescription medications. Read more...