|Tearing and Your Baby |
Most infants who have a blocked tear duct during the first year of their life will get better without any treatment. Babies enter the world with a cry but they do not begin producing tears until about three weeks later. Tears which are necessary for the natural lubrication of the eyes flow through a series of drainage channels that carry the fluid into the nose.
Babies who have noticeable watering of the eyes – with tears overflowing from the lids onto the cheeks – probably have...Read More