A Neck Lump In The Baby?
the baby is 10 months old. There are some small lumps on the neck and a lot of ears are dangerous? And he is also in eye pain now, every time his eyes are blind
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints about the appearance of a lump in the neck that your child is experiencing can mean various things, such as enlarged lymph nodes, growth of fatty tissue, infection of the skin, or warts. This condition is most likely harmless and does not require special treatment, especially if the lump does not increase in time quickly, multiply, and is not followed by other symptoms such as fever.
Regarding the belek or dirt in his eyes too. It is natural that the baby's eyes release sticky dirt, because the tear ducts are not fully developed. This requires new attention if followed by complaints of red eyes, swelling, or the like. While there are no complaints whatsoever, all you need to do is wash the eyelids from the inside out using a cotton swab that has been dipped in warm water, and do it several times until the eyes are clean.
If indeed you are in doubt or the condition is felt to be worsening, have your child consult a pediatrician for further examination and treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.