Sorry to hear about this problem, and I hope that you and she can get the help that you need. There are many potential solutions to this problem, or answers to what could be causing them, so it is important to speak with your doctor
. One of the most common problems is an upper respiratory tract infection such as those commonly known as pink eye. In general, there are increased tears and red eyes that can be itchy and bothersome. Sometimes there are other symptoms such as a runny nose, cough or other problems associated with a cold. These things tend to get better with supportive care and time. When eyes turn yellow, however, that could be a concerning finding of something wrong with the liver, and it is important to have this evaluated more quickly to make sure something serious is not causing the problem. Your doctor may also notice some problems with the tear ducts that drain the tears from the eye, which can tend to result in very watery and draining eyes. Please speak with your doctor or your pediatrician to make sure that you get the help that is needed for your daughter to make sure that she is well.