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Rolled ankle, tingling and numb toes. Applied ice. Any suggestions?

Hi. I rolled my ankle skateboarding 9 days ago. The outer edge of my foot is purple all the way up to my toes. Today for the first time my toes have been tingling a lot, almost going numb. I have been icing and elevating after work, but have been on my feet at work for 8 hours a day for 9 days, as I have no sick leave time. I have been wearing a small ankle brace from a previous ankle injury as well. Any suggestions?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Thanks for asking in HCM
As you have mentioned about the ankle injury , and didnt mention about the radiological investigation.
i think you should immediatly go for the x ray examination.
Immediatly apply crape bandage and go for investigation and consult to a orthopedic surgeon .
It may be dangerous if there will be any fracture.
ok take care
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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