Baby Is Frail Because During Pregnancy The Mother Has Vaginal Discharge?
Tonight, my child was born at 35 weeks pregnant with SC due to vervia. Now he is 2.5 months old but why are his eyes still stuck, isn’t that normal? Then I took Uda to the pediatrician, the doctor said there were bacteria because when I was pregnant before my birth, I experienced vaginal discharge. Is it true. Mohan is the solution.
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Rubbing in babies is generally normal, if the production of eye discharge is not too much and there are no significant signs of eye infection.
Some causes of choking in infants, including:
Dirt that comes out while sleeping
Blocked tear flow
Infection / conjunctivitis
Infection from mother to baby can also occur, such as gonorrhea and herpes infections. But often this happens in babies who have vaginal / normal delivery. If there is an indication of gonorrhea or herpes infection that causes infection in the baby's eyes, then this requires immediate treatment.
You do not need to worry if your baby is still choked when the production of dirt is not too much, the baby is still easy to open his eyes, not yellow or greenish, there are no white impurities such as pus and tears do not come out excessive. If there are any of these signs, do not hesitate to consult a pediatrician.
Prompts you can do is clean the eye dirt with cotton / gauze that has been moistened with warm water with caution. Don't forget to wash your hands before cleaning the dirt and afterwards. Avoid your baby from direct exposure to a dirty environment and limit the interaction of others to prevent further infection.
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