Baby Has Eye Pain?
Hello sorry, turned away from the topic, my baby’s problem, his eyes come out like a sore eye, it can hardly be opened his eyes if he should handle it sorry …
Thank you for the question.
Belek or dirt in the eye is basically eye fluid consisting of mucus, oil, dead cells, and other impurities that accumulate at the edge of the eye when we sleep. This dirt can be in the form of thick, liquid, dry, and crusty. This dirt is actually a product of layers of tears and other eye glands that function to maintain eye health and remove dirt from the eyes. This is not something to worry about unless there is a change in consistency, color, and the amount of dirt, which can indicate eye infections, such as:
Conjunctivitis, which can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or allergies. Keratitis. Blepharitis. Dry eye. Blocked tear glands. Here are the things you can do to deal with spots or dirt on your baby's eyes at home:
Clean the baby's eyes with a clean towel, clean the dirt on the eyes with cotton bud that has been dripped with saline solution. Make sure you wash your hands before and after cleaning the baby's eyes and do not touch the baby's eyes directly with your hands. Gently massage the side of the baby's eye near the nose to relieve the congestion of the tear glands. Compress the baby's warm eyes if they appear inflamed or swollen. If there are signs of inflammation such as yellow or greenish spots, red eyes, swollen eyelids, bumps or swelling on the sides of the eyes, you can immediately take your baby to an ophthalmologist. Your doctor will evaluate complaints, conduct physical examinations, and conduct a supporting examination if needed so that the doctor can handle according to the cause of your baby's complaints.
Hopefully this information can help you and hopefully get better soon.