eye lash in eye! HELP!

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  1. daisii

    daisii Well-Known Member

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    Title says it all really. my LO has an eye lash in his eye, how do i get it out?
     
  2. lynnikins

    lynnikins Well-Known Member

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    rinse his eye with some water or leave it he will blink it out in time dont worry unles it bothers him
     
  3. Celtic Dragon

    Celtic Dragon Well-Known Member

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    My LO seemed to always have one in his eye, but it didn't bother him, so I didn't poke around. They always worked themselves out somehow.
     
  4. bigbetty

    bigbetty Mammam to a princess

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    Fran ALWAYS seems to have something in her eye lol. She has never bothered about it so I just leave it - they work their way out naturally on their own xx
     
  5. smokey

    smokey Mummy to a monkey

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    Normaly babies barely even notice things like that and most dont blink it out because they havnt yrt learnt how to clear their own eyes by blinking (if you notice alot will just stare and stare at you without blinking) if its not bothering him leave it and it will work its way out as they move their eyes.
    If it is bothering him then either wave a toy from side to side to encourage him to move his eyes around to wash it away or wipe a soft bit of tishue or cotton wool with a little cooled boiled water over his eye to proved some moisture (tear duct dont start working properly till about 3/4 months).
    Never start trying to use you finger to wipe it away or get it out.
     

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