Since birth my daughter's right eye has involuntarily blinked every time she sucks and most of the time when she chews. The pediatricians said she would outgrow, don't worry. She's now 2 and she still blinks with the same intensity. It's entertaining to people, but I worry it is a sign of something else going on inside. It's not normal to have an involuntary reflex in the eye. She does appear to have a lazy eye in some pictures, but again the doctors don't see it when we go in for appointments. I'm going to take a video of her eye reflex to her appt later this week. Should I be concerned?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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