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Question: My 1 month baby had pimple on his face and watery sticky discharge comming out from eyes what to do should i consult doctor0 Answers
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Question: My 2 and half month baby eyes watery and sticky. What should i do
Yes,it is due to the bacterial infection of the baby eye.in medical term it is called as bacterial conjuctivitis.in this infection the main symptom is after sleep the both eyelids are stuck together with pus..and also having the sypmtoms like yellow discharge,dried pus on the eyelids and eyelashes.you have to go hospital for checkup if eyelid very red,high fever,vision is blurred..after checkup doctor will be suggest antibiotic drops to use for this infection..so dont neglect.and also clean your babys eyes after the formation of dried pus with cotton bolls with using of warm water.
Question: My child is suffering from sticky and watery eyes. What should i do??
Answer: It called tear duct gently massage in her eye corner 3 -4 times a day dont worry it will be ok by its own .use cotton ball dip into luckwarm water and clean her eye many times for preventing infection
Question: My 56 days baby has watery and sticky eyes. What to do. She is on bf.
Answer: Hi dear,
It happens when babies catch cold.viral infection could give such watery eyes and some times with sticky yellow discharge.you can just wipe the eyes,with clean,cotton soaked in warm water.there is no such home remedy for that,but keep your baby warm.donot expose her to cold.keep brestfeeding which would help in building immunity in such infections.
Question: My baby is one month old . He has sticky eyes and sticky green yellow discharge from his left eye since birth.
What to do??
Answer: Hello dear
A gummed up eye is common in newborn babies as they have very narrow tear ducts, so tears don't drain away from the eye and the fluid can get infected.
Treatment for gummed up eyes:
Bath the affected eye with saline water to keep it clean.
Use damp cotton if you find gluey substance developing around the eye.