This is not as simple as it may seem. It is essential for you to take your baby back to the hospital where he was born or to a doctor or nurse who need to take a sample of the discharge from your baby's eye and send this to the laboratory to find out what germs are causing this infection. This is important because sometimes unusual bacteria such as chlamydia cause this eye infection and the correct eye drops need to be given. Do not give your baby the Bisolvon Linctus as it should not be given to newborn babies. Only use the Salex drops to clear his nose. Change his formula to Lactogen1 as this should help for his constipation.
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