6 months old baby

Question: My baby is five months old there is slime and yellow discharge coming out of his eye it is slightly swollen. What could it be an eye infection?

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Answer: Hello, wash away the drainage. Using clear water on a clean, soft cloth, gently wipe the yellow discharge out of your baby's eyes. Do this several times a day or as often as necessary. will see the discharge coming out of your baby's eyes I would suggest you to meet a paediatrian as it could be bacterial infection. Hope this helps.
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