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... My big toe on my left foot is really red and is puffed up on both sides of the nail. Is there any med that will make this go down i know it is from wearing my shoes. And that the nail is causing it. ... (2 replies)
Infected big toe
Oct 10, 2001
... my sons big toe is infected. ... (2 replies)
... Ingrown toenails occur when the toenail is pie shaped like a V rather than U shaped like it should be, and when the nail is cut down along the sides instead of straight across. ... (10 replies)

... surgery when I didn't know someone touched it, though I can sort of sense it. Is this normal? ... (10 replies)
... months ago I woke through the night with a painful, throbbing big toe and thought I'd been bitten by something, but it wasn't a bite. ... (1 replies)
... administering daily IVs of Daptomycin for six weeks, with weekly visits from home nurses to change dressings and take blood. The future of my foot is uncertain, as I may become reinfected if hardware is put back in after the six weeks of antibiotic therapy. ... (162 replies)
... Then I got the pins out and the okay to walk and wear shoes when my incision became infected where the pins were. Now the infection is gone and I was thinking I could start playing golf and exercising again but I guess I was wrong. ... (0 replies)
... My big toe has somehow become infected. I'm guessing it was from an ingrown toe nail. ... (2 replies)
... A year or so later I got into growing garlic in a big way. I grow about 30 varieties. Needless to say I was eating a lot of garlic. I ate it raw, baked, roasted, fried, dehydrated and even made garlic ice cream. ... (1 replies)
Fusion of big toe
Jan 24, 2014
... is ooozing. But not infected again so far. ... (1 replies)
... Many years ago I had my big toenail removed after it kept growing into my toe. However, on one side of the toe it still grows back, into quite a sharp nail that tends to cut holes in my socks. ... (1 replies)
... Two years ago, my big toe swelled up and the nail stopped growing. ... (0 replies)
... I have an infected ingrown big toe nail that I have been trying to heal myself but have not gotten anywhere. My internist gave me antiboditcs but has not gotten any better. ... (3 replies)
... it was happening to my feet last year. I tried certain things my doctor suggested, soaking my feet in warm water then putting a cotton ball at the corners of my big toe nail. however my skin has been penetrated a couple times, but it went away but has come back recently. ... (2 replies)
... I also had bunionettes shaved. I had the removable pins in both big toes. My left foot ended up getting a staff infection in it. Of course it had to happen right before my pin was to come out, so when the dr. ... (0 replies)
... n toenails very badly. I've only known one other person besides me to get them this bad. One heals up and then the other starts to do the same. Right now my left toe is almost healed up and isn't really sore at all, my right toe is a completely different story. It is so sore I can barely walk on it. ... (13 replies)
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... I had the fusion done four years ago. I use orthotics every day and they help, but can only do so much. My case is probably unusual. I had a silicone spacer put in back in the 80's which eventually shattered and infected the joint. ... (11 replies)
... Hi ashley123, I'm not sure where the exact problem is located at your toe. ... (4 replies)
... ckly. Since ingrown nails have a nasty habit of returning the doctor will probably want to have you come back to have it permanently taken care of once the nail is all healed. I was stupid again and I didn't go back when I was supposed to. The nail ended up growing back and getting infected again. ... (5 replies)


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