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What are the symptoms of ingrown toenails?

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In brief: Infection

Swelling, redness and drainage with possible abnormal growth of the nailplate.

In brief: Infection

Swelling, redness and drainage with possible abnormal growth of the nailplate.
Dr. Raymond Stolarski
Dr. Raymond Stolarski
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Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Podiatry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Ingrown toenail

Curvature of the nail plate beneath the nail folds on the sides with possible impingement of the nail at its free edge.
There is often swelling and pain associated with this condition which can also present with infection as shown in the picture above.

In brief: Ingrown toenail

Curvature of the nail plate beneath the nail folds on the sides with possible impingement of the nail at its free edge.
There is often swelling and pain associated with this condition which can also present with infection as shown in the picture above.
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
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Dr. Oliver Wang
Podiatry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Pain, swollen toe

Ingrown toe nail border may be red, swollen, or draining with foul odor. The nail may be severely curled.
Bed sheets resting on toes may even cause pain.

In brief: Pain, swollen toe

Ingrown toe nail border may be red, swollen, or draining with foul odor. The nail may be severely curled.
Bed sheets resting on toes may even cause pain.
Dr. Oliver Wang
Dr. Oliver Wang
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