Well, my grandmother told me to lay them on their back, grab their ankles, and flip them over. LOL Now I thought that idea was a bit cracked and chose not to do it, but hey it's an option.
No. Really. I would do my best to keep things very dark and quiet at night. No stimulation. Feed and change when necessary, but keep talking to soft whispers and not often. In the day keep things bright and stimulating. He will eventually come around. They always do. Also, remember to do as much sleeping when he is sleeping as you can.
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