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Runny Eyes In Babies
My 7 month n10days baby has runny nose little bit cough n blocked , his under eyes become bit red . Plz help me?
Red eyes: He may have caught a viral infection that can cause cold like symptoms as well as a viral conjunctivitis causing red eye. Recommend following up with your doctor to make sure he hasn't caught any severe infection that needs to be treated. Viral infections are usually self limited so it will probably improve in a matter of days. ...Read more
How can I help my baby who is sneezing has clear runny mucus and really watery eyes? She is 10 months old
Viral infection: Runny nose, sneezing, watery eyes, and cough in a baby are more likely due to respiratory viral infection. The type of infection can vary with the age of the infant. If the baby is a few months old, viruses such as common cold virus, adenovirus, metapneumo virus, and respiratory syncytial virus could be the usual culprits. Allergy is a less common cause at this age. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 21month baby has measle like rashes all over the face, his chest, his belly and extremities. But no fever, runny nose and teary eyes.
My LO is 8 mo. 20 lbs. I gave her infant Tylenol. She has a thick runny nose and watery eyes (allergies) can I also give her children's benadryl?
Benedryl indication: Although the manufacturer does not indicate it's use in children under 2 years of age, it is not uncommon for it to be recommended 'off label' by pediatricians. Oral cetrizine is another antihistamine for allergies which does have a documented age indication for 6 months and up. Both of these medications can be safely administered with Tylenol. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can be done for a baby with a temperature of 101.3 appears to have pink eye
temp of 101.3 when last taken
Yes: You need to continue to monitor the eyes while awake as long as they stay straight it is probably ok . Ask your pediatrician to check your baby on your next visit. If you have any doubts get the baby examined by an ophthalmologist as a crossed eye in an infant can become a "lazy eye" and not develop connections to the brain correctly leaving the vision pemenantly decreased. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eye burn: Powder or any other foreign substance that gets in the eye will cause a superficial burn to the eye surface. Fortunately, baby powder is very mild and will not cause any major problems. The best thing to do is try to use an artificial tear drop several times a day if you are able to put drops in the affected eye. This will help make the eye feel better more quickly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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