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What does it mean if your baby's "eyes do not track together"?

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In brief: Depends

Babies eyes do not need to completely track together until around nine months of age.
If the eye exam is otherwise normal, and your child is under 9 months of age, i would follow. If one eye is constantly looking in one direction, that is different, and the child should be seen.

In brief: Depends

Babies eyes do not need to completely track together until around nine months of age.
If the eye exam is otherwise normal, and your child is under 9 months of age, i would follow. If one eye is constantly looking in one direction, that is different, and the child should be seen.
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