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Hit on toe, swollen, black and blue nail, painful and numb toe, unable to bend

yesterday i dropped a 50 lb case of tiles on my toe next to big toe. no black nail . but swollen and black and blue under the nail and around the toe on the uderside on pad. the pain was almost hard to bare. stopped throbing after iceing and thru the night. but now completley numb and can t bend it. what should i do to it?
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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hello gd after noon .as yr complaint you r suffering from swollen toe and pain you r advised to take pain killer medicine for 3 days and massage it with ice two times a day. u will get relief in three days ,you have blunt injury so it may take some time to cure but it is cure dont worry.take rest dont use shoes which cause pain .u can make house hold medicine for sprain take turmeric powder add salt with warm water make pest and use on yr injured part two times a day . make sure yr injured part is not cracked or blled is not occured
Answered: Tue, 14 May 2013
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