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I have an ingrown toenail on my dominant foot. How can I fix it fast?

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Dr. James DeMeo
Orthopedic Surgery - Foot & Ankle
6 doctors agree

In brief: Ingrown

You should seek medical attention for this, because more often than not the nail needs to be cut out.
In the mean time soak your toe in warm water and epson salt and apply Bacitracin and cover with a band aid until you can see a doctor.

In brief: Ingrown

You should seek medical attention for this, because more often than not the nail needs to be cut out.
In the mean time soak your toe in warm water and epson salt and apply Bacitracin and cover with a band aid until you can see a doctor.
Dr. James DeMeo
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Dr. Brandon Macy
Podiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: See a podiatrist.

That's the fastest way.
If you try a do it yourself version, you may wind up with more trouble than you bargained for.

In brief: See a podiatrist.

That's the fastest way.
If you try a do it yourself version, you may wind up with more trouble than you bargained for.
Dr. Brandon Macy
Dr. Brandon Macy
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