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Taking Care Of Your Baby's Eyes

Taking Care Of Your Baby's Eyes

  1. Start the symptoms of eye disease - white reflections, large eyes, sharp water, redness, and yellow discharge in students (instead of the usual black shadow) - all require immediate attention, so a pediatric Consult with eye specialist as soon as possible
  2. Avoid External Chemicals - Apply mascara and eyeliners - They can cause allergic reactions because your baby's eyes are very sensitive
  3. If your child was born prematurely, then the risk of developing eye problems is high - so to ensure that there are no retinal problems and then to see at the age of 6-8 months, approximately one month Age requires examination of an eye, squint or 'cross-eyed' and to check if your child needs glasses.
  4. Light white discharge from the eyes, especially in the morning, is common in the first few months - clean your child's eyes with warm (boiled and cold) water and cotton from the grass. Do not rub the child's eyes constantly with tissues/clothes.
  5. In the first few months of life, a small 'squinting' or wrong alignment of the eyes is common - but if you think your child is getting older than 3-4 months, or if the eyes are 'moving' or ' Wyngalinga (nystagmus), a pediatric eye specialist needs consultation.
  6. Avoid exposure to excessive dust, polluted air, chemical vapor, smoke etc.
  7. When your child starts crawling, keep in mind the colors of it, use bright colorful toys, lights, etc. - This will help in visual stimulation and stimulate hand-eye coordination.
  8. If the normal development of your child is delayed and there is a delay in obtaining a motor milestone like holding a neck, sitting or crawling, then there may be visual problems - an eye examination is required so that initial intervention is possible. Could
  9. Always keep sharp objects such as pens, pencils, knives, forks, etc. from the reach of your child - casual eye injuries are common, even in childhood, and consequently can cause serious visual impairment.
  10. Maintain a healthy diet with proper vitamins and minerals - like skin or some other organs, eyes can be damaged by vitamin deficiencies.










      

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