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Pain in second toe on right foot, slight swelling, feels like it is broken. Suggestions?

Hello starting yesterday I started to have pain in my second toe on my right foot . Today it is worse and almost feels like it s broken and is a bit swollen. My concern is that I didn t do anything to it. Just came out of nowhere. No other symptom or pain anywhere else and I am otherwise in good health and not taking any medication . Help! :-)
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Hi ! If you are sure of your foot not being hit by something, you may be developing some kind of arthritis in your foot. It is not possible to diagnose it without any clinical examination and biochemical test. For the time being you can take any anti inflammotory drugs which will reduce your pain and swelling for the time being. I would advise you to go see your family physician if it persists.
Wishing you an early recovery.
Answered: Mon, 3 Jun 2013
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