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Left last toe pain
It was Saturday 7 pm in the evening while doing hurry I jump across a small portion of the bed and my last toe get hurt and there is a swelling and pain and gap between that finger and and another has increased a little and there is pain while walking in simple I can't walk properly I have already giving ice compression and a voline spray immediately. I am panicking if there is a fracture or not because till now I have the Pain.pls also tell how long I will observe and continue giving compression and spray.
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Plz take XRAY FOOT....ICE APPLICATION 4 TIMES A DAY..TAB VITAMIN C BD* 5 DAYS...TAB DOLO 650 TDS*5 DAYS...CONSULT with me
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Hi there are two possibilities one can be blunt injury and other can be a fracture so if you are not getting relief with ice application then you probably should get xray done.
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Hello, I understand you had injury to your little toe and there is pain and swelling following the injury. The description you mentioned suggest there might be a hairline fracture or severe injury to your little toe. It is advisable that you get xray of the foot so that the inury is confirmed. Once the xray is done you can share with me through online consultation and I can help with a complete treatment for your condition. Even if you are not able to get xray done, you can still connect with me on online consultation so that I can tell you how we can treat you conservatively and without any problems to you Consult directly with me, your orthopaedic doctor, through Practo for detail history, discussion and treatment plan. Here we can chat or can also do audio or video consultation for detailed management. Take appointment for thorough prescription and consultation. Visit the following link for online consultation: https://www.practo.com/mumbai/doctor/chintan-doshi-orthopedist/consult Thank you. Your Orthopedic Doctor, Dr. Chintan Doshi
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Cold fomentation. Tapping. Medication can be prescribed on online consultation
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Kindly ask to take APPOINTMENT through the following link https://www.practo.com/visakhapatnam/doctor/sandeep-saraf-agarwal-orthopedist?cache_refresh=true
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Depending on your symptoms, I strongly suspect u to have a fracture.  I would advise you to get x ray done.  Till den,  can maintain limb elevation and ice packs.
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get an x ray done.
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IT'S BETTER U GO FOR X RAY FOOT to rule out any fracture. VISIT NEARBY ORTHOPAEDIC or Online Consult me for more details
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