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Small finger of feet swel
Hi, My left finger of feet has swelled and I'm not able to got to gym (Not able to wear shoes). This was because of the the finger hits the edge of a iron cot before 3 weeks. I thought this is a normal pain and will get cure after few days.Its been 3weeks almost. Swelling and pain are not gone. Even with that pain, I'm wearing shoes everyday (Not much pain cause I have broad width shoes). Now I'm afraid that this pain not gone even after long time like 3weeks. And wearing shoes will get me into another trouble. Please suggest me if I need any treatment
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Hi, please take a bandage and tie your injured toe with the for next to it and immobilise it Apply ice 4 times a day if swelling still exists Walk in a way that you don't take weight on that toe If it's the toe only it will heal and get better with time I'd you follow as said
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Stretch Calf,Stretch Plantar Fascia Contrast Fermentation(Hot and Cold)
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First of all, you should do a digital X-ray of foot (AP,LAT& Oblique view). If any fracture is noted then go for consultation with an orthopaedic surgeon immediately. If no # is noted then you may take hot-cold contrast bath once daily and your foot needs rest for another 3 weeks. After 3 wks you can do foot exercise.
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