So of course like any mom I have spent the last few hours googling the condition.
Nystagmus is fast uncontrollable movements of the eyes. Side to side, up and down or in a circle, Hannah are side to side. So far it only seems like one of her eyes(right eye) is effect or is strongly effected. Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome(INS) is present at birth or a few months after. Risk factors with premature babies are incomplete development of the optic never, albinism and congenital cataracts.. Acquired Nystagmus develops later from diseases , brain injury or certain kinds of medications but is usually found in adults.
From what I have read if its Infantile she will have it for the rest of her life, and if its Acquired it might go away with time. I first noticed her eyes back in October after her open heart surgery so she was pretty drugged up but it was only a few months after her due date so it would fit both of them. :(