Cause Babies Aged 2-3 Months Can Not See?
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First of all, you need to know that the stages of development of each baby can be different. Normally a 2 month old baby can indeed see with more focus and can follow objects with his eyes when there is an object that is moved near his eyes. But you also need to find out more, whether your nephew was born just months or premature. The development of premature babies will be different from the development of babies born at term. Age adjustments must be made in advance to determine the stages of development of normal premature babies. For example, babies born prematurely 36 weeks, then at the age of 2 months, the development will be more similar to children aged 1 month. Other possible causes of visual impairment in infants include:
genetic disorders in infants
complications of preterm labor
infection during pregnancy
If indeed you suspect that there is an abnormal development in the baby, you should advise the mother to take her children to the pediatrician so that it can be examined directly.
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