How are your child's eyes?

Not aligned, always or occasionally squinting

Not aligned, always or occasionally squinting

If your child’s eyes are occasionally squinting, that is, from time to time, until the age of four to six months old, this is normal. After four to six months old, binocular vision has established. At this point, it is abnormal.

If your child’s eyes are constantly squinting, from a very young age, make an appointment for your child with an ophthalmologist as soon as possible.