Puffy eyes of a newborn; what are the causes and is there any cause for concern?
The postpartum period for the baby is stress, and the body can react to this stress by various factors that can frighten parents. One such factor; it’s swollen eyelids.
Is this normal, or is it a reason to be on the alert? It all depends on the reasons.
Why did the baby (monthly and older) have eyelids swollen from above, or is there a swelling under the eyes, how to help a newborn, and what are the first actions of the parents in this situation; We will cover all this in detail in this article.
Swollen lower and upper eyelids; Why is this happening
The swelling of the eyes in the newborn during the first 5-7 days is normal. Nevertheless, if they last longer, then this should alert. Consider the reasons that can lead to swollen eyelids in your baby.
First of all, we can talk about barley; infection, provoked by staphylococcus. Inflammation affects the hair follicles, which causes inflammation. In the beginning, it will be a point, but in the absence of appropriate measures it can spread to the entire eyelid.
The appearance of barley is possible due to the following factors and conditions:
With barley, the eyelid increases in the child, begins to turn red, the temperature may rise. Affected follicles are filled with pus, swell, and then burst. After this, the baby usually becomes lighter, the swelling and temperature go away.