Swollen Feet And Black Nails After An Accident?
Good morning. Information please. Tuesday I was in a motorcycle accident. The big toe nails go straight blue in place without waiting for seconds. Swollen instep and big toe. To the doctor not given anything. Until it’s an ice pack, the next day it’s warm. Then buy mefanemat acid and dexamethasone, I stop drinking a day because it is a fun line 2 check, afraid of influence. Until now the feet are still swollen even though it’s been a week. Cenut2 nail base, do you want to take it off? Should it just be pulled out so that it disappears cenut2ny? Older usually swollen flat? Feet is still red, especially the big toe down. Thank you, doctor
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Swollen toes, pain, bluish post injury can occur purely due to rupture of blood vessels that are mild, but can also indicate a more serious condition, for example a fracture underneath, dislocation of the toe joints, ligament injuries, and so on. This condition should not be carelessly overcome by consuming drugs, especially those that are not over-the-counter drugs. It is feared, improper treatment can actually trigger dangerous side effects, for example allergies or bleeding. It is also feared, the late definitive treatment can actually make damage to the tissue around your fingers and toes heavier and harder to handle.
When injured, bluish, swollen, and painful around the toe usually indicates bleeding followed by blood clots. This condition is appropriate to be handled with an ice-water compress and continued with a warm water compress. You also need to get plenty of rest, and limit excessive activity so that your feet don't get more swollen.
However, if this natural treatment has not been successful in alleviating complaints, even up to more than 3 days, you should not leave it alone. Check your condition with your doctor or surgeon so that the best treatment is evaluated. Painful nails do not always indicate the nails that will be removed, or must be removed. For severe suspected cases, your doctor may also direct you to undergo a radiological examination, such as an x-ray, before giving an appropriate definitive treatment.
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