Get pink eye prescriptions online

Affordable, hassle-free video appointments for pink eye from quality health care providers on your schedule. No membership fees, no surprise bills, no insurance needed.

Book Now
Thousands of doctors and specialists
$25,000,000+ saved by patients
95% patient satisfaction
4.3 on
Trustpilot

Best online doctors and providers for pink eye

21 | 21 result

About Pink eye

Back to the top

Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, is an irritation of the conjunctiva (the membrane that lines the inside surface of your eyelid). As small blood vessels become more irritated, they become more visible. This is why the whites of your eyes appear red or pink. Pink eye can be caused by an infection -- from a bacteria or virus -- an allergic response, or exposure to an irritant. Newborns may contract conjunctivitis from an incompletely opened tear duct. The infection may occur in one or both eyes.

Pink eye is extremely common and if caused by an infection, can spread quite easily. According to the Cleveland Clinic, there are 3-6 million cases of pink eye every year. Although the infection may be irritating, it rarely causes vision problems. It is important to remember, however, that because pink eye is so contagious, it is best to receive treatment for it as soon as possible.

Pink Eye Symptoms

Pink eye can cause a number of uncomfortable symptoms. These may vary in severity, depending on the infection.

Common symptoms of pink eye include:

  • Redness in the white of the eye
  • Itchiness
  • Increased tearing/ tear production
  • White or green discharge from the eye
  • Gritty feeling in one or both eyes
  • Crusting on one or both eyes (especially in the morning
  • Blurred vision
  • Sensitivity to light

Pink Eye Causes

Pink eye is generally caused by an infection from a harmful pathogen. Viruses are the most common cause of pink eye. Bacterial infections and irritation caused by allergens are also prevalant causes of pink eye. STIs like chlamydia and gonorrhea have also been shown to cause pink eye in both adults and newborns.

Pink Eye Risk Factors

Pink eye caused by a viral or bacterial infection is highly contagious. Coming into close contact with someone who has been infected with pink eye is the most common form of transmission. Individuals who have allergies are also at an increased risk of developing pink eye (allergic conjunctivitis).

Treatment Options

The treatment for pink eye largely depends on the cause of the infection. The vast majority of cases of pink eye will go away with time and at-home treatment. In some cases, however, medicinal therapy may be required.

During your appointment, talk to your doctor about what treatment plan is right for you.

Filter
Availability
Ratings - at least
Credentials
Provider specialty
Provider gender
Language
Sesame FAQs

Frequently asked questions about high blood pressure treatment on Sesame

Sesame offers convenient and affordable online doctor visits with licensed health providers across the country. If you are experiencing the signs and symptoms of pink eye, book a video visit with a health care provider to discuss your condition and possible treatment options.

Online doctor visits can be conducted in the comfort and privacy of your own home. During your visit, you will be asked about your symptoms and health history.

If your doctor determines that you have pink eye, they will discuss a treatment plan with you. This may include prescription medication. If appropriate, your doctor can prescribe medication through Sesame. Depending on the medication, you can have your prescription delivered to your home or ready for same-day pickup at a pharmacy of your choice. Book a visit today to get started on treatment right away.

Yes! Sesame makes it easier than ever to get a new prescription or refill a prescription from the comfort of your own home! While many instances of pink eye will go away on their own, bacterial infections and pink eye caused by an STI may require prescription medication. To discuss a new online prescription or refill, book a video visit with a doctor or nurse on Sesame to discuss a new online prescription or refill. Clinicians on Sesame can prescribe drugs that help treat pink eye.

Note that providers on Sesame cannot prescribe controlled substances.

Book a video visit on Sesamecare.com based on the health care you need, and pick up a new prescription or existing prescription refill at a pharmacy of your choice. Browse services on Sesame, set up an appointment with a real doctor at your convenience, and get the care you need.

Booking an appointment with a doctor or nurse online is typically the fastest way to get a prescription! Sesame offers same-day online doctor prescription and prescription refill appointments with board-certified healthcare professionals. If deemed clinically necessary, Sesame providers can provide prescriptions and prescription refills for most non-controlled substances. They can also provide you with a doctor’s note if necessary.

Most online prescription and prescription refill appointments take around 15 minutes, and providers are able to send a prescription to a pharmacy of your choice right after your appointment.

Sesame does not accept insurance for provider appointments - however, you can pay with cash, credit, debit, or even your FSA or HSA card since visits and prescriptions on Sesame are considered health expenses.

However, Sesame clinicians can assist with insurance prior authorization specifically for patients who book a weight management service through Sesame’s online weight loss management program.

  1. HomeChevron Right
  2. Pink eyeChevron Right
  3. Cary, NC