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Red, swollen and itchy pinky toe, used peroxide, anti-itch, no relief. Cause?

hello. a couple of days ago i stepped on something but nothing was there. now aroung my pinky toe (top bottem and between 2 toes) is red, slightly swollen and itchy. but it kinda hurts to itch. ive put paroxide, rubbing alchohol aloe andti itch cream and lotion in the area. but nothing seems to be working. what is going on?
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response

Due to pressure trauma ,you might have developed hematoma on toe and web.

There may be mild collection of blood and clotted underneath the skin,which lead to swelling and itching.

Do not worry, do cold compresses.. Which may reduce swelling and itching.

Take vitamin C and K orally, take anti inflammatory drugs.
If needed , antibiotics may be taken to prevent infection.
Itching may be relieved by antihistaminics.

Apply thrombophob oint...on swelling .

You may feel better.

Still, you consult either dermatologist or surgeon.


Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Thu, 26 Sep 2013
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