Blood vessel burst in toe, should I be concerned?

Wouldn't . Worry about it unless you have symptoms.
Depends. It depends how extensive the bleeding is. If you are developing a large hematoma, you may have to have it drained. If it is a rather small problem causing a small bruise, you can just allow it to run its course and heal.

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