(HealthDayNews) -- The sooner problems with vision are detected, the quicker a child can get the necessary treatment.
According to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, some children are more at risk for vision problems. Your infant may be more prone if:
- She or he was born prematurely.
- There is a family history of vision problems.
- You had an infection during pregnancy.
- Your baby has heart disease or hearing problems.
If you suspect your baby is having difficulty seeing, consult your doctor.