“Loads of questions about Harry’s eye so thought I’d do a general post. Harry was not born with this it appeared as a “scratch” about 2 weeks after birth,” she captioned a pic of Harry.
“Very quickly it enlarged and became a fluro red colour. After seeing 2 doctors my maternal health nurse was finally the person who explained what it was.”
According to The Royal Children’s Hospital, Hemangioma’s are a common type of birthmark that occur in one in 15 children.
While, they usually don’t cause problems, Rachel had to seek medical help due to the birthmarks proximity to Henry’s eye.
“We have had to see a specialist and he has cream to make it go away quicker then later so it does not effect his eye sight,” she continued the post.
“I must admit I have totally grown to love his strawberry as it makes him unique and I just think he is the most gorgeous creature to hit this earth (well apart from Harvey - they are equal!)”