Neosporin

Last Update May 5, 2016
Neosporin is an eye & vision care product. a skin medication.
Uses: Neosporin is approved for Infection, Acne, Itching, Wounds and Rash and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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Neosporin for treating Pinkeye

Neosporin is approved for Pinkeye.

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Pinkeye medications
Neosporin
70,746 discussions
Taken for: Infection, Acne, Itching, Wounds, Rash, Eczema
Other names: Hydrocortisone, Triple Antibiotic, Neosporin Ointment, Cortaid, First Aid Antibiotic
Method of use: Eye Ointment, Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.9
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Polysporin
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Taken for: Scabbing, Rash, Pinkeye
Other names: Double Antibiotic, Bacitracin-Polymyxin B, Polysporin Ophthalmic, Poly Bacitracin, AK Poly Bac
Method of use: Eye Ointment, Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
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1.0
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Eucerin
43,096 discussions
Taken for: Eczema, Itching, Dry Skin, Acne, Redness
Other names: Nivea, Baby Oil, Moisturizing Lotion, Moisturizing Cream, Dry Skin Therapy
Method of use: Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
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Eye Drops
126,377 discussions
Taken for: Dry Eyes, Allergy, Pinkeye, Conjunctivitis, Eye Infection
Other names: Visine, Refresh PM, Redness Relief, Vision Eye, Relief Eye Drops
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.1
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1.0
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Neosporin Ointment
1,899 discussions
Taken for: Infection, Rash, Contact Dermatitis, Itching, Acne
Other names: Neosporin, Hydrocortisone, Triple Antibiotic, Cortaid, First Aid Antibiotic
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.6
Satisfaction
1.0
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Visine
17,517 discussions
Taken for: Red Eye, Dry Eyes
Other names: Eye Drops, Artificial Tears, Redness Relief, Visine L.R., VISINE TEARS
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.1
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1.0
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Baby Shampoo
43,712 discussions
Taken for: Itching, Cradle Cap, Blepharitis, Eczema
Other names: Ocusoft, Eucerin
Method of use: Shampoo
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.6
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Eye Wash
3,781 discussions
Taken for: Pinkeye, Eye Infection
Other names: Ocusoft, Sterile Eye Wash, Collyrium, EYE Irrigating Solution, Balanced Salt
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.9
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1.0
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Avelox
5,911 discussions
Taken for: Sinus Infections, Infection, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Bacterial Infection
Other names: Moxifloxacin, Vigamox, Avelox I V, Avelox ABC Pack, Avelox In NaCl (Iso-Osmotic)
Method of use: Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
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Satisfaction
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Ocusoft
817 discussions
Taken for: Blepharitis, Dry Eyes, Rosacea, Itching, Swelling
Other names: Baby Shampoo, Eye Wash, Eyelid Cleansers, Eucerin, Dermamed
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.8
Satisfaction
1.0
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Pinkeye medications
Neosporin
70,746 discussions
Taken for: Infection, Acne, Itching, Wounds, Rash, Eczema
Other names: Hydrocortisone, Triple Antibiotic, Neosporin Ointment, Cortaid, First Aid Antibiotic
Method of use: Eye Ointment, Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.9
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Polysporin
12,897 discussions
Taken for: Scabbing, Rash, Pinkeye
Other names: Double Antibiotic, Bacitracin-Polymyxin B, Polysporin Ophthalmic, Poly Bacitracin, AK Poly Bac
Method of use: Eye Ointment, Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.2
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Eucerin
43,096 discussions
Taken for: Eczema, Itching, Dry Skin, Acne, Redness
Other names: Nivea, Baby Oil, Moisturizing Lotion, Moisturizing Cream, Dry Skin Therapy
Method of use: Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.7
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Eye Drops
126,377 discussions
Taken for: Dry Eyes, Allergy, Pinkeye, Conjunctivitis, Eye Infection
Other names: Visine, Refresh PM, Redness Relief, Vision Eye, Relief Eye Drops
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.1
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Neosporin Ointment
1,899 discussions
Taken for: Infection, Rash, Contact Dermatitis, Itching, Acne
Other names: Neosporin, Hydrocortisone, Triple Antibiotic, Cortaid, First Aid Antibiotic
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.6
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Visine
17,517 discussions
Taken for: Red Eye, Dry Eyes
Other names: Eye Drops, Artificial Tears, Redness Relief, Visine L.R., VISINE TEARS
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.1
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Baby Shampoo
43,712 discussions
Taken for: Itching, Cradle Cap, Blepharitis, Eczema
Other names: Ocusoft, Eucerin
Method of use: Shampoo
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.6
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Eye Wash
3,781 discussions
Taken for: Pinkeye, Eye Infection
Other names: Ocusoft, Sterile Eye Wash, Collyrium, EYE Irrigating Solution, Balanced Salt
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
3.9
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Avelox
5,911 discussions
Taken for: Sinus Infections, Infection, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Bacterial Infection
Other names: Moxifloxacin, Vigamox, Avelox I V, Avelox ABC Pack, Avelox In NaCl (Iso-Osmotic)
Method of use: Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
2.3
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Ocusoft
817 discussions
Taken for: Blepharitis, Dry Eyes, Rosacea, Itching, Swelling
Other names: Baby Shampoo, Eye Wash, Eyelid Cleansers, Eucerin, Dermamed
Method of use: Eye Drops
Prescribing mode: OTC
4.8
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
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