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How to treat a sprained toe?

I woke up this morning with pain in the big toe of my left foot. I didn t have any pain when I went to bed. I began wearing new shoes two days ago. It didn t hurt until I got out of bed this morning and began walking. There is no swelling or redness. It doesn t hurt much if I take my shoe off and curl my toes. It almost feels like a strain.
Tue, 19 Jun 2018
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May be shoe is of a smaller size, kindly check with it and avoid wearing d same shoes. Kindly visit orthopedics to rule out any other causes.

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