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A 33-year-old member asked:

my daughters eyes move rapidly. what should i do about this?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
Time for evaluation: This could be a rather worrisome issue involving the structures within the brain, a transient process related to an infection, or other issue. An evaluation by your doc is necessary to sort this out. Advanced testing may be needed.

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Hi, my daughter has squinted eyes. How can it be corrected.

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My daughter keep getting styes in eyes eyes. What causes this?

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Likely staph: Styes are often triggered by staph germs which enter the oil glands at the base of the eyelash.A kid with recurrent styes, is either a staph carrier or is exposed to it in her environment.This can include other family that have styes or pustules or a warm blooded pet.
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A 23-year-old female asked about a 3-year-old female:

My daughter is 3 her eyes are yellowish and a little dark what can be causing this?

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Time for a visit: There are variations in the appearance of the white of the eye among various population groups.That said, if this is a change for her you should take her in for an evaluation.This could be a liver problem and confirmation or exclusion needs to happen soon.

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