2 months old baby

Question: Mere baby k ankh se ek ankh se pani nikal rha hai.. Kya kru main

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Answer: Don't worry about it it is normal do a little exercise .nose pe rub Karna hote hai eye k neeche jo vein block hoti hai khul jati hai
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