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Question: My two month old son getting water in his eyes.is it a problem??
Answer: Your baby's tear duct may not have fully developed yet. This can cause her eye to be very watery.
Tears wash over your baby's eyeballs all the time, keeping her eyes moist. The tears are made in glands called the lacrimal glands. Your baby has one gland above each of her eyes. Tears from her eyes are drained away by a duct that leads to her nose. Babies are often born with a duct that is 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 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.
Question: My one month old baby not pooped for past 4 days? Will it be a problem?
Answer: Hi Don't worry its absolutely normal. My kiddie experienced the same and my doc said upto 3months 5-10 times potty a day or sometimes no potty for 5 days is normal.also the infants system produces a lot of gas it is not because of your food,please eat healthy as the kid need all the nutrition.
Question: When my baby born he has tsh=thairoid) variation .Now he is 4 month.Will it change in tsh.? I am going to chek it again.Preparing to go to hospital. I am panic.Plss suggestions
Answer: Dear if baby has thyroid during birth then it's important to check it regularly and frequently to know the range of it and also some time some medication also are required, so if you haven't checked it since birth then it is advisable to check it now also don't worry hopefully everything we will be fine but talk to your doctor and get the test done..