Itchy And Watery Eyes In Babies From Birth To 3 Weeks Of Age?
Thanks for the question. Belekan is something that is often found in newborns. The sores found can feel sticky, dry crusts, or watery eyes. This condition is a natural thing to find in infants because the baby's tear ducts have not developed properly. You can do the following suggestions:
make sure you keep your hands clean by washing your hands clean your baby's eyes using a cotton swab or cotton bud soaked in warm water do the cleaning repeatedly until your child's eyes are clean don't forget to change the cotton swab or cotton bud every time you wipe baby's eyes: one swipe, one cotton swabs or cotton swabs do not share baby towels or washcloths with others. The sores will generally subside within a few weeks or 12 months. If the discharge still occurs after 12 months of age, please consult an ophthalmologist. You also need to have your child checked if the discharge increases, the eyes are red or swollen, the discharge turns yellow or green in color, your baby seems to be rubbing his eyes constantly, your baby has difficulty opening his eyes, and your baby is fussy.
Hope this information is useful for you.