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Why Does It Smart So Much To Stub Your Toe
How long has it been: How long has it been since the surgery? It is normal to have some pain for a few days or even weeks after surgery. Is the swelling under control? Usually antiinflammatories are a good way to help with post op pain in addition or as an alternative to pain pills. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
The skin between two of my toes was ripped off and is bright red. I removed the skin flap and poured hydrogen peroxide on it. What should I do next?
Stubbed my big toe many times due to dizzyness, base of the nail is bright red and toe is swollen and bruised, can bend without pain. What is wrong?
Contusion: You have caused a contusion to your toe and toenail. i expect the toenail will come off and a new one will grow. All ias well. THE QUESTION IS WHY ARE YOU DIZZY// Probably should connect with your PCP ...Read more
My 10 month old baby's bottom of big toe has what looks like a lump(soft) and is bright red? What could thos be?
Toe push off.: It would reasonable to assume that you baby will use his legs to forcibly push his feet against anything his foot can come in contact with. Check to see if this is not happening. Foot or toe pressure against the crib, for example. Could be the beginning of a inflamed toe secondary to pressure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I kicked the door at school and i can not walk on it what should i do . Also that foot is very cold but the toe that has pain it bright red?
Kicked Out Of School: It's common to badly bruise or fracture a toe when you kick something. Sometimes worse. Best to have it examined by a doctor. An x-ray will probably be ordered, although, based on the exam, may not be needed. If you can't get to the doctor, then tape the injured toe to the one next door. That will help stabilize it. You'll start feeling better in about ten days; will take about 6-8 weeks to heal. ...Read more
Maybe a back issue: How long does it take to occur? how long does it take to go away? Being in CA, it probably isn't related to weather. I would first try different shoes such as closed to as well as sandals and see if the results are the same. Try Advil (ibuprofen) if you can take it. If no better, it could be a back problem causing referred symptoms to your feet such as a sciatica problem. Think about circulation issues also ...Read more
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