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Question: My son right eyes is getting watery and sticky what to do..
Answer: Your baby's tear duct may not fully developed yet. This can cause her eye to be watery. Tears wash over your baby's eyeballs all the time, keeping her eyes moist. The tears are made in glands called lacrimal glands. Your baby has one gland above each of her eyes. Tears from her eyes drained away by a duct that leads to her nose. Babies often born with a duct that us not fully open, so the tears are unable to drain away. 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 by bathing her eye with cooled boiled water and cotton wool. Don't worry at all.
Question: My 39 days old baby has watery and sticky eyes since he was born
Answer: The problem should clear up on its own, but watery eyes may return if your baby gets a cold as the newly opened tear duct may become blocked easily. In rare cases, a watering eye in a baby is due to other eye problems. The problem will usually go away as soon as your baby's tear ducts finish developing.
Question: My baby has sticky and watery eyes
Answer: It means that your baby's eye ducts are not yet closed completely which is quite normal in newborn babies so don't worry just keep wiping of the sticky thing from your baby's eye time to time