64 days old Baby’s eye contact
Q: I’m a woman in her early 20s raising a baby who is 67 days old today. I’m worried about the recent baby sash. His eyes move well along with objects, and his head turns left and right, but suddenly, the newborn’s eyes were caught.
The child is not sick, and from the 64th day, I was playing with my mother and my eyes were blinded by myself. It is observed three to four times a day. I was so surprised. I closed my eyes on purpose whenever my eyes were crowded. Then we’re back to normal. I’m worried if there’s something wrong with my eyes or vision.
A: It may be congenital endoscopy (infant endoscopy), so visit a university hospital for an examination and get an accurate diagnosis. Congenital endoscopy, a type of unregulated endoscopy that accounts for half of endoscopic endoscopy, occurs immediately after birth or within six months of age.
It looks intermittent at first. It may not appear during treatment, so please take a picture and take it whenever your eyes are pushed inward.
In the case of university hospital treatment, you may have to wait a long time. First of all, it is recommended to visit the pediatric ophthalmology clinic and make an appointment in advance.