Broken toe

What is Broken toe?

A toe is made up of two or three bones. If any one or multiple bones are broken, it is called a broken toe. usually it is due to something falling on your toe or if you happen to stub your toe.

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I kicked my second toe hard on the leg of the lounge three weeks ago .. It is still painful in some positions and quite swollen so many shoes will...

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Brief Answer:
Can be due to broken toe.

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Since the pain is persistent even after 3 weeks of...

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What are sure symptoms of a broken toe on the left foot? I had surgery on the 4th toe close to 13 years ago to remove the "hammer-toe" look. I...

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Brief Answer:
it doesn't seem to be broken

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Can you get blood clots in your broken toes ?
I have Factor V Leiden

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Yes, you can get a clot in a broken toe.

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Yes, it is very possible to get a blood clot in your...

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What are sure symptoms of a broken toe on the left foot? I had surgery on the 4th toe close to 13 years ago to remove the "hammer-toe" look. I...

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Have broken toe (second from little toe) . Foot extremely swollen, even after ice and elevation for 2 days. Worried about possible bone fracture in...

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I FELL OR TRIPPED ON A SMALL STAIR, BUT I HIT A WOODEN TABLE AND THE BACK OF A WOODEN CHAIR, SINCE THEY I HAVE BEEN GOING TO DOCTOR AFTER DOCTOR...

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I dropped a heavy object on my foot, right where the toes are joined to the foot, about 3 days ago. There was immediate pain, and...

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I stubbed my little toe a week ago. Within a few hours it went dark purple from top to bottom as well as part of the next toe. Very painful to walk...

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