Question by  Pineapple7 (260)

Why does my child constantly have red, bloodshot eyes?


Answer by  anjeldream (86)

It may be due to irritants in your home that your child has come in contact with. Smoke, animal hair and extreme dust can cause this problem.


Answer by  Emr (698)

Your little guy could have allergies or the air in your home or neighborhood could be dirty from fumes or cigarette smoke. Children can irritate their eyes by touching things and then touching their eyes, as well. Keep the air and the kid's hands clean and visit a pediatrician.


Answer by  John (9008)

While eye infections or excessive rubbing are possibilities, allergies are the most likely culprit. Children can be allergic to almost anything, including dust and invisible molds. The only way to find out for certain what is causing the problem is to see a doctor. Most allergies can be treated with medication.


Answer by  JJ88 (91)

In the case of a child, it could be any one of several causes.

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