If the baby has watery eyes; is it a norm or an excuse to see a doctor?
In the first few months after the birth of the baby, he does not show tears, even if he cries. This is due to the fact that the tear ducts and tear fluid in the baby are only being formed.
At this time, it is recommended to carefully monitor the hygiene of the child’s eyes in order to prevent the development of diseases and not to expose them to possible risks.
If you notice a baby’s clear tears or purulent discharge, this is an occasion to seek advice from a specialist. Normally, this should not be.
Let’s figure out why the eyes of 1, 2, 3-month-old babies and older babies get watered, what to do in this situation, and what measures to prevent eye diseases in a newborn baby can be undertaken.
In newborns and toddlers who have not yet reached the age of one year, one or both eyes can be watered. Lachrymation is temporary or permanent. In the latter case, medical intervention can not be avoided. Why does a child who has turned 1-2 months old and older, watery eyes? What are the reasons?
When teardrops in the baby appear from one eye, this is due to a number of factors:
If the child’s tears flow from both eyes, a list of the above can add mechanical trauma, conjunctivitis of viral nature, eczema. Sometimes, if one or two eyes are wetting the baby 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 months and older; this can be the result of a child’s reaction to inclement weather – cold or wind during the stay in the fresh air.