The Baby Is 2 Months Old And Cannot See Yet?
Good night … I want to ask … My child is already 2 months / 60 days but how come I haven’t been able to see …
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Seeing is a basic ability that is normally possessed by everyone. In contrast to sitting, running, building blocks and drawing, seeing is an ability that is not trained and emerges by itself. So actually, normally people can already see from the first day he was born.
If the baby cannot see even though he is 2 months old, then there may be abnormalities in the form of:
CMV virus infection in utero Toxoplasma infection while in utero Rubella infection while in utero Disorders of nerve development Disorders of eye structure development Congenital cataracts Congenital glaucoma born Cancer
To be able to know this, our advice is that you should immediately bring your child to an ophthalmologist for further examination. The ophthalmologist will focus first on your medical history during pregnancy, smoking history, history of alcohol consumption, history of illness during pregnancy, history of exposure to radiation, etc. if this is related. Then proceed with physical examination and support to see the normal structure of the inside of the eye. Treatment that your child will receive later depends on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, keep your child's nutritional adequacy by continuing to provide breast milk, and do not give medicines or herbs in any form without the doctor's approval. So, hopefully answering your question.