Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My Baby is 16 days old....she is having little tears n stickyness in eyes...what to do?
Answer: Hello dear. Dear many healthy young infants can have watery or ''mattery'' eyes. It is normal for parents to wonder if their baby has pinkeye or aneye infection. Actually, the usual cause is a small, blocked tear duct. Fortunately, it is harmless and won't affect ur baby's eyes.
A simple remeedy will fix it. Carefully clean the eyelids using a warm, wet washcloth if tears build up and leave crusts. For infants, you may try gently massaging the area 2 to 3 times a day. Using a clean finger, rub the area from the inside corner of the eye toward the nose. This may help to open the tear duct.
Hope this helps.
Question: My baby is 3 month old, she rubs her eyes, is it normal????
Answer: Commonly baby this old is learning with her hands right now...so she/he may try to touch everything eyes included . Observe any redness or water coming from eyes, if not then it's not normal... In case of redness or tears...consult doc.
Question: My baby is 2 n half month old her poop is green in colour liquid with frost n she going for 7 to 8 times a day. Is tis normal? Or she is having diarrhea?
Answer: Hi ,it is becoz ur baby stomach contains too much of old milk that is milk feeded on before day so it happens so natural way to overcome this is (it might be little awk ward but surely it works becoz i'm doing that)get cow dung or buffaloe dung and where ever when ever ur baby poo mix that with dung and place it over a wall in a circular shape as puri or chapathi do it for two- three days u can see the difference
Question: Hi.. my baby os 4 month and 10 days old. She is getting tears from her eyes even if she is not crying. Im worried.
Answer: Hello dear mother first of all congratulations for your baby now if your child is having a watery eye and producing tears it means that he has been suffering from a condition called epiphora you can understand it as a tiny blockage in the tear ducts of your infants eyes as a result they produce watery Eyes. Either your baby has a blockage in the the tear ducts or may be that it has not properly opened up as yet they may be also search and infections that are making your infants tears dry out and look crusty.
however infections of any kind do not result in watery Eyes.
You can talk to your doctor about this problem so that he can examine the child's eyes properly and suggest some eyedrops
They might also be a need of surgical procedure if the condition persists even after medication and the and if you have been experiencing this quite regularly even after your infant has turned an year old
Then it could also be like an eye lash that is growing inward and maybe some foreign object in your infants eye might be irritating it so your doctor can help you understand the symptoms and in case of any foreign object has entered the eyes he may help you remove it
Hope my answer was helpful to you