1 months old baby

Question: mere baby ki aankh se bhut pani aata h kya krna chahiye 23 days ki h abi or aankh k andr redness bi nhi h

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Answer: Your baby's watery eye should get better on its own in a few weeks, once her tear duct has opened up. You can remove any sticky liquid or crusting by bathing her eye with cooled boiled water and cotton wool.  While your baby's tear duct is developing she may be more prone to conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis is an inflammation in the eye that makes it pink, sore, and itchy. If you are worried your baby has conjunctivitis, see your doctor. You can help to open up your baby's tear duct by applying light pressure with your fingers on the side of your baby's nose, working your way down from top to bottom. Ask your doctor for help if you are unsure how to do this. 
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