Taming The Red-Eyed Monster: 3 Creative Ways To Administer Your Child's Eye Drops
It's on not uncommon for children to get pink eye, which can be bacterial in nature or caused by eye allergies. It doesn't matter what the underlying cause is, the treatment options are the same: eye drops and ointments. Your doctor will most likely tell you to lay your child in his or her back, tell the child to look up or to one side, and drop in the medication. While this sounds simple, if you have a rambunctious toddler on your hands, these instructions are of little help.