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What are some signs that I should be concerned about my baby's vision?
33 doctors weighed in

27 doctors agree
In brief: Many, such as:
Lack of eye contact, "red eye" in flash photos is absent or unequal in 2 eyes, cross-eyes, deviated eyes (occasional cross-eyes is ok, all the time is not).

In brief: Many, such as:
Lack of eye contact, "red eye" in flash photos is absent or unequal in 2 eyes, cross-eyes, deviated eyes (occasional cross-eyes is ok, all the time is not).
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
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Dr. Mark Pyfer
Also if the eyes shake or oscillate rapidly, a condition called nystagmus
Dr. Monte A Del Monte
If one or both of the pupils appear white instead of dark or if the cornea (Clear bubble over the colored part of the eye) appears cloudy
Dr. Roy Benaroch
Pediatrics
17 doctors agree
In brief: How eyes move
From birth, eyes should move together to look at things.
By 1 month, baby will want to look at your face. By two months, baby's eyes will follow your face if you move around, and by 4 months baby will be able to look at and focus on you from across the room.

In brief: How eyes move
From birth, eyes should move together to look at things.
By 1 month, baby will want to look at your face. By two months, baby's eyes will follow your face if you move around, and by 4 months baby will be able to look at and focus on you from across the room.
Dr. Roy Benaroch
Dr. Roy Benaroch
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Dr. Derek Sprunger
Another concern is if the eye shake(nystagmus)
Dr. Michael Kermani
Can try a comparison test of patching over one eye at a time for a few minutes each to compare responses & overall functioning as well as seeing if there is much more "objection" to one eye being closed than the other. If any significant difference is noted, best to have an exam with an eye MD.
Dr. Bert Mandelbaum
Pediatrics
12 doctors agree
In brief: Tracking problems
By two to three months, most infants can track an object with their eyes across the midline (usually a parent's face or an interesting toy).
Infants who are not tracking past the midline should be evaluated. Other symptoms to be concerned about would be the appearance of a "lazy eye" or the appearance of an abnormal red light reflex in pictures.

In brief: Tracking problems
By two to three months, most infants can track an object with their eyes across the midline (usually a parent's face or an interesting toy).
Infants who are not tracking past the midline should be evaluated. Other symptoms to be concerned about would be the appearance of a "lazy eye" or the appearance of an abnormal red light reflex in pictures.
Dr. Bert Mandelbaum
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Dr. Jon Fishburn
I recall a toddler that presented with chronic or repetitive eye rubbing,& sensitivity to light (baby always cried when in bright light), and tearing that was diagnosed with congenital glaucoma
Dr. Theodore Wu
Ophthalmology
In brief: Baby
Check for crossing eyes, abnormal reflex on photos, or lazy eyes that drift outward.
If any of these show up, see your pediatrician and a pediatric ophthalmologist.

In brief: Baby
Check for crossing eyes, abnormal reflex on photos, or lazy eyes that drift outward.
If any of these show up, see your pediatrician and a pediatric ophthalmologist.
Dr. Theodore Wu
Dr. Theodore Wu
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