Babies Can’t See At 6 Weeks?
my baby is 6 weeks old but why haven’t you talked to him yet. Can he respond to a smile because there is a problem in his eyes because he is waving his hand in front of his eyes he doesn’t blink. Please answer yes
Hello mother, In infants the vision system takes time to gradually mature, entering the 2nd month of life the baby begins to be able to see bright or bright objects at close range, his vision begins to follow bright or bright colors that attract his vision. If it is felt that the disturbance attracts the baby's vision or is worried, an ophthalmologist can be examined for an ophthalmoscopy and funduscopy as a first step. Impaired vision of the eye can be caused by congenital cataracts, retinal maturation disorders, disturbances in the length of the eyeball so that it is difficult to focus light images or disorders of the innervation of the eye. Risk factors for a history of TORCH infection during pregnancy, nutritional disorders to meet the baby's nervous maturation to congenital genetic disorders. Give breast milk to meet the baby's needs to meet nutritional needs, give vaccines and vitamin A on schedule, keep baby's eyes clean, avoid rubbing baby's eyes with unclean hands, use a cloth dampened with a little clean water, wipe gently to remove dirt. Click the article Stages of infant vision. Eye problems experienced by babies.