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Hi, It may be difficult to tell the difference between a sprain and a break.So the best thing you can do is get off tom the ER , reason you may be in...
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It really depends on the severity of the fracture and which toe....but four weeks should do it in most cases. It is best to get this information from...
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I'm sorry to hear you're suffering with this. Pressure ulcers, especially on the feet can be hard to heal and painful, too!If you're...
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Trauma or injury, such as stubbing the toe (jammed toe) or dropping a heavy object on the toe may cause a broken toe. The location of the toes (in...
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Go to a hospital's Emergency Department if the following signs or symptoms are present: Any symptoms of a possible open (compound) fracture, which...
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Talk to the doctor to schedule an appointment to have the broken toe evaluated to make sure it is healing properly. Call a doctor or go to an...
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It is best to seek medical evaluation soon after the injury to ensure proper treatment and healing.A doctor will ask questions to determine how the...
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Nail injury: A collection of blood may develop underneath the toenail, called a subungual hematoma. If it is large, it may need to be drained. To...
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Pain, swelling, or stiffness will occur in a broken toe following injury. It may be difficult to walk due to the pain, especially with a broken big...
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