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Q: My child has squint; I don’t know whether he can actually see any objects.

A:We all have highly unstable eyeballs when we are newborn. This is because the orbital muscles are not yet developed and these muscles start developing only when the child starts looking around new things. Having no head neck control contributes to the problem making it difficult to establish good eye contact with the objects.

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