A 3 Month Old Baby Can’t See?
I want to ask, my younger child was born with eyes that can not see both, but, can move to the left and right, up and down, if he gets blinking. Well, I want to ask, is there any possibility that he can see again?
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Blindness is losing the ability to see fully in one eye or both eyes. Blindness can occur due to birth defects and defects in the can, such as due to severe eye injury or the process of severe infection of the eye or due to other eye diseases. In children, blindness often results from birth defects. Where this can be caused by genetic disorders resulting in failure of eye organ development or due to infectious diseases transmitted from mother to fetus during pregnancy.
Abnormalities in the part of the eye that function as a medium through which light rays can cause blindness, such as abnormalities in the cornea, the front of the eye chamber, the lens of the eye, the glass body and the nerves of the retina. Problems in that part of the eye can generally be replaced or repaired according to conditions. This can generally be done through surgery. As with congenital cataracts (which are characterized by turbidity of the eyepiece), replacement of cloudy eye lenses can be carried out to function properly. So that the child's eyes can function as they should. The sooner the action is taken, the greater the chance of vision becoming perfectly normal.
You should bring the child in consultation with an eye doctor immediately. So that further examination and treatment can be done. Delayed treatment can reduce the likelihood of complete recovery.
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