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Question: My baby has a white or light yellow discharge from his left eye since morning.. Due to which his eye lids getting sticked.. Is it normal or any infection please can some tell me.. I'm worried
Answer: Hello, A newborn's tear ducts are very narrow and susceptible to clogging, which causes white or yellowish gunk to collect. The discharge may look like pus, but it's not a sign of an infection unless the white of the eye starts to turn red, Treatment is easy: Starting from the inner corner of the eye, gently wipe away the discharge with a wet cotton ball or a warm washcloth. You can also try to open the duct by using the tip of your clean pinky finger to lightly massage the space between your baby's eye and nose. Note: This is one of those times when short nails are a big plus. Hope this helps.
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?
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.
Question: My daughter is 3 months 18 days old. Her left eye is watery since last 3-4 days and from yesterday she is rubbing her left eye with her hand. What is wrong with her?
Answer: She may have an eye infection. Please consult a good eye specialist.