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How Do I Heal Sore Toes After Running
I got my baby toe on a wall and I was running There was blood & it is really sore in the joint I can walk on it but it is swallen. what might be wrong?
See your physician: Generally the injury you describe is compatible with a sprain or possibly a fracture of the toe. A fracture of just the toe is often treated with ice, elevation and Tylenol. Buddy taping the toe to the next toe may help. If the fracture involves the metatarsal bone may need a cast. Unable to give specific advice without examining the toe. An x-ray will tell if there is a fracture. ...Read more
I sprained my ankle on Tuesday and my bug toe joint. I've been in a book none weight bearing. Since Wednesday pain is running down my inner heal???
I have a small blood blister on the outer side of my big toe, how long does it take to heal and how can I prevent pain while running and walking?
Depends: On how much friction or pressure that is put on the blister. May use protective ointment and cover with dressing. Open toe shoes if possible will reduce friction and speed up healing. ...Read more
Second toe on left foot won't heal broke foot and put in boot and told me to rest with foot up.. When removed one month later, toe was red, swollen and a big, deep sore on toe. Wound care nurses treated me for 2 weeks and pronounced it healed. Saw doct
9 weeks of preg. Having flu with running nose, sore throat, cough, + mild fever. If i let it heals by itself, will this harm my baby? Pls help. Tq.
Dual tissue growth between skin and toenail. One month ago, after going for a 3 hour hike, my big toe on my left foot felt very mildly sore and looked slightly swollen around the base of the nail. One week later, a small tissue growth developed. Two weeks
Not long: You should stretch before and immediately after exercising to help in this regards. Waiting more than 10 minutes after will not give you the same beneficial effects. ...Read more
Intercostal muscles: When running, particularly at speeds that cause your breathing rate to really increase, you use a lot of otherwise seldomly used muscles to breathe, including intracostal muscles, which are little muscles between the ribs that help with breathing. It is likely that these muscles are sore, particularly if you are just getting back into form. ...Read more
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