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SSo stubbed my pinky toe and it only hurt for like 10 mins. When I got home from work an hr later. It hurts bad and turned like a black color why did it do this. Is it possibly broken? It also hurts to walk on and is swollen

Goll Darn-it. Swelling, pain and bruising are certainly classic signs of sizable trauma to the toe. Immediate care should include elevating the foot, applying ice to the toe and staying off of it as much as possible. The question of a fracture can be answered soon enough, the main thing now is to minimize swelling and pain. Stabilizing the toe by splinting it to the adjacent one will help. An x-ray will find FX. Read more...

I slept on my pinky toe the wrong way. Now it hurts to walk. Will the pain go away? Should I ice it or soak in hot water? Please help me

"Pinky Toe" This will likely pass in a day or so. I would be careful with strong heat or cold but you can try cold and see if this helps. Protect the area and avoid painful shoes and activities. If the toe is already cold then see your doctor. There could be vascular compromise but most people would wake up from before they really damaged there body. Read more...
If bruised, consider. If it's bruised and or swollen, consider you may have hit it in the middle of the night. Typically, you'll know within a day or two if symptoms subside. It may be a minor contusion, swelling that is compression a nerve or you could have fractured it. Protect it and hold off on the extreme hot/cold on it. See a podiatrist if the symptoms linger more than a couple days. Read more...

What to do if I hurt my pinky toe really bad today and it hurts to walk how should I get around?

It is possible. You broke it. Make sure to ice it. A surgical shoe is helpful as the shoe doesn't bend. You may want to see a podiatrist to determine the extent of the injury. Read more...

I woke up to having pain in my pinky toe. I didn't bump it before I went to sleep. It hurts to walk. What should I do?

Pinky toe. If it hurts that much have it checked by podiatrist but you can try rest, ice, compression and elevation with an otc nsaid. Read more...
X-ray. It is possible that you might have bumped the toe during sleep. If the toe continues to hurt after another 24 hours, i would suggest getting an x-ray. Read more...