Treatment for internal hordeolum
Thank you for sharing your question. The only treatments available for hordeolum are hot compresses, oral/topical antibiotics, incision & drainage or injection of Kenelog. Try heat for a few days, then see an Oculoplastic Surgeon for treatment if it is not improving.
These are a blocked gland in the eyelid. Try using warm compresses several times a day. It is not going to resolve in 24 hours. So give it time. If it grows at all, gets really red and tender, then see an oculoplastic surgeon. Occasionally they can get infected and need antibiotics. Often they just can form a hard nodule (chalazion) and we will sometimes inject these with some steroid if not resolving on their own.
Treatment of Hordeolum/ stye
If you are sure of your diagnosis - then the medical treatment may include hot compresses, antibiotic or antibiotic/steroid ophthalmic ointment, and gentle lid cleaning. If this does not produce results, then incision and drainage by an ophthalmologist is an option. You may find "stye" ointment over-the-counter, but this has only petroleum and mineral oil (no antibiotic or steroid). Best wishes for clearing it up!
Thanks for your question. Try conservative measures like taking motrin and applying warm compresses to the area a few times a day. If it does not resolve in 24 hours, please seek medical attention. Good luck.