Sprained Toes And Bumps, Can It Be Cured?
I want to ask … my big toe went wrong when playing ball and it became a lump. Can it be cured like it was before …? Thank you
Hello Henry, Thank you for the question.
Injury to the finger can cause several conditions depending on the strength of the injury including injuries, bruises, muscle injuries, tendon or ligament injuries, even to fractures. The swelling that you experience on your fingers may be caused by:
bruised. Bruising can occur when an injury occurs causing damage to blood vessels near the surface of the skin so that blood collects below the surface of the skin and causes the skin to become reddish, bluish, purple accompanied by swelling and pain.
tendon or ligament injury
If you encounter a bruise, you can do the treatment independently by compressing the ice on the bruise for 10-15 minutes in the first 48 hours. This ice pack can be repeated several times a day. After 48 hours, you can apply a warm compress to the bruise in the same way. Warm compresses help to open blood vessels so that blood clots can be absorbed more quickly by the body. However, if you do not encounter bruises, the swelling that you experience may be caused by other conditions. Please consult your doctor immediately, especially if this complaint is accompanied by difficulty moving fingers. The doctor will conduct a question and answer and examination of your finger and perform further examination such as X-rays to find the cause. Further treatment will be given by a doctor according to your condition.
Hopefully this information helps you.