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How can I get rid of pink eye at night without medicine?

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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Ophthalmology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Give it some time

Unfortunately, pink eye is caused by the common cold virus.
As such, there is no medication or treatment that is proven to help speed up recovery. Your best option is to use artificial tear drops every hour or so in order to flush extra virus from the surface of your eye. This has been shown to speed recovery by a couple of days.

In brief: Give it some time

Unfortunately, pink eye is caused by the common cold virus.
As such, there is no medication or treatment that is proven to help speed up recovery. Your best option is to use artificial tear drops every hour or so in order to flush extra virus from the surface of your eye. This has been shown to speed recovery by a couple of days.
Dr. Andrew Shatz
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Dr. Theodore Wu
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Pink eye

Depends on the cause.
Often, night pink eye is due to dryness. In the absence of using aritifical tears or gels, try a humidifier in the bedroom and keep the ceiling fan off. Make sure all air vents point away from the bed. It is sometimes helpful to take a hot shower before bed.

In brief: Pink eye

Depends on the cause.
Often, night pink eye is due to dryness. In the absence of using aritifical tears or gels, try a humidifier in the bedroom and keep the ceiling fan off. Make sure all air vents point away from the bed. It is sometimes helpful to take a hot shower before bed.
Dr. Theodore Wu
Dr. Theodore Wu
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