We called paramedics they had checked her out, she became responsive again. My children have for example banged their heads against the floor, pulled their ears hard, stuck their hands so deep into their mouths that they choked etc… My youngest kept poaching his eyes with his fingers… Chances are that your baby is just rolling his eyes because he can! None of us have seen her keep her eyes open for more than a minute at a time. I took her to the doctor but she is fine there, the doctors seems to think she is fine but he has not seen her when her eyes roll back. Jun 11, 2014 eyes going to side of head by: Anonymous My son will be two in a week and for the past two months when he runs past things he puts his eyes to the side of his head. Does anyone else know of anything else this could be? He opens them slightly, and you can see his eyes are rolling up at fluttering. I really need advice please can anyone help? It literally lasted like a few days after my post in February and then I even forgot about it until this most recent post. Watching every move usually just adds to fears rather than helping to decide if a doctor visit is necessary.
It still looks weird but I know not to disturb her because she's on the verge of sleep. Why You Should Gaze Into Your Babies' Eyes. I noticed sometimes her eyes are almost closed and i can see her eyes roll back. She learns what her parents look like, the difference between day and night, and how to tell far from near. Having the baby checked out by these physicians is always a good idea, and it sounds like you are doing a great job of finding out what the problem is. If you aren't seeing the 4:00am alert time, you can't know.
When someone is having a seizure it's dones't always involve jerking movements. It has nothing to do with the c section. The best first step would be to schedule a visit with your daughter's pediatrician as soon as possible. As she gets older, sometimes you may be able to distract her with an attractive object or sound so that she stops crying, but at this young age, the best way to comfort her usually is to pick her up and hold her. But he started doing something different where he was rolling his eyes and raising his arms up at the same time.
We decided to do a cranial ultrasound which came back completely normal and now our daughter is nearly 6 months old and has we have not seen her roll her eyes downward for a few weeks. During this light sleep, you also can see the rapid movements of her eyes beneath her closed eyelids. It happened a lot and scared me. The peds Neurologist is referring us to peds opthalmology. Her eyes will roll back under drooping eyelids and she may stretch, yawn, or jerk her arms and legs. When an object moves slowly in front of a baby, she typically has the ability to follow it by 6 weeks of age.
I asked her pediatrician about it, and was told it was normal. Like if she threw her right arm up everytime her eyes did the fluttering thing or if it was the same mouth movements everytime she did it. They sort of zig zag a little for a moment but when I touch him or call him, he immediately snaps out of it. I hold my daughter more tight than ever. Paula Oct 24, 2011 baby is rolling eyes by: Anonymous I have a 20-month-old son who has those symptoms and it has happened twice.
The doc has referred us to the hospital so I have to wait for an appointment — the waiting is awful. Oct 25, 2011 Baby rolling eyes by: Anonymous My nephew 8 months has been doing this too. Just a thought, hopefully everything is fine with your baby, and congratulations on your special bundle!! My baby boy is 4 weeks old and has done this everytime he is asleep! During lighter, more active sleep State 2 , the same noise will startle her and may awaken her. We work hard to share our most timely and active conversations with you. This can be very disconcerting, but it usually stops by 4 to 6 weeks, when the brain and the eyes are much better at communicating. Eye rolling downward or side to side can be a sign of a neurological problem, this can happen when there is an increase of pressure in the brain.
I think he is dreaming of something funny when he does this : I wouldn't worry seems to be totally normal compared to everyone else! That's exactly what I did and only a couple times before my son started doing it on command. Your baby may bend forward or arch her back as her arms and legs stiffen. . She is now driving a car and we are concerned…please if anyone out there knows of a condition that causes this problem, please email me. Mar 22, 2013 Rolling eyes downward by: Moe I have a 1 week and day old baby. Lots of newborns look weird.
You need some close friends with young children or babies to share worries with to help you to relax. He can make eye contact when on his back, but once he is upright, he automatically goes toward the right. Does anyone have already seen something like this? Im sure your grandbaby is fine. Want something to show on results so it can be treated feel lost another 3wks a long time. These episodes typically last less than 30 seconds and may occur several times a day.