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Symptoms of Paronychia and remedies - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Doctor, my toe seems to be infected, and has been for several weeks.
Doctor :   ok
User :   It has several symtoms of Paronychia, though I am quite convinced that it is not so
Doctor :   Detail me about that please
User :   On the crevice, it is red, sensitive to touch, and had a pus-filled bubble (with green-brown pus) earlier today.
User :   It is not an ingrown toenail.
Doctor :   Is it for the first time
User :   yes
User :   It began as a blister, and evolved into...this.
Doctor :   any treatment so far
Doctor :   Home or doctor
User :   Only topical antibiotics at home. No med insurance.
Doctor :   Is it tense and painful?
User :   Yes.
Doctor :   How large is it compared to the other toe of the other leg?
User :   It is about half the length (from nail to cuticle), and is just in the crevice.
Doctor :   Is the nail bed and the nail discolored

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