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Small child, vision problems, eyeballs moving to sides of eyes. Surgery required?

Hi , My Daughter is 1.6 hrs old. she has some problem in her eyes. sometime her eyes looks fine and some time when she look , he left eyes goes leftward and the right eye goes rightward. can u please suggest any excersise or the cure for the same and if we have to go for the operation then in what age and is it painful. and please tell me is it curable.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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If I have got it right, your kid is just born and 1.6 hours old.

Relax. New borns see things which are just a foot away.
They do not fix their vision on objects like a bigger baby does.

By about 3 months of age, they will start fixing both the eyes together. Till then they can look at different directions with both their eyes.

What you need to do now is- to love her, feed her and cuddle her.
Hope I have answered your query.
Happy parenting.
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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