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How to treat a sprained toe?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 28 May '10 10:39 am
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A sprained toe is often an injury that you can treat at home. Follow these directions in order to heal your sprained toe...
Ice your sprained toe 4 times a day for about 15 minutes. This will minimize injury swelling and relieve some of the pain of a sprained toe.
Take ibuprofen or any other anti-inflammatory in order to ease the discomfort of a toe injury.
Rest your injured toe. Stay off of a sprained or broken toe as much as possible in order to allow it to heal.
Elevate your injury in order to lessen the pain of an injured toe, and also to lessen swelling.
Wear stiff soled shoes in order to provide a little extra support for a broken toe.
Tape a broken toe to the toe next to it in order to keep the injury stable and speed up recovery.
See a doctor if toe pain persists or stays sore and swollen for more than 3 weeks. There may be a severely torn ligament or broken bone fragment in your toe.
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 28 May '10 10:44 am

 
  
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Volini gel/ spray use kijiye.
Answered by sarya mitra, 28 May '10 10:46 am

 
  
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The olden type is to pour hot and cold water simultaneously. Apply spray and take rest !
Answered by MS Prasad, 28 May '10 10:44 am

 
  
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There isn't much you can do except try and keep bad it. Soak it in Epsom Salts and hot hose.
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whether it's sprained or broken, it'll take forever to treat. either course, there's not much you can do, just agree to it be. it'll heal on it's own.
Answered by Oberoi, 28 May '10 10:43 am

 
  
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Today it looks difficult as Haddi todne wale yaha nahi aaye , shayad shikarpur gaye hai haddi ka surma banane
Answered by Gernal Singh, 28 May '10 10:41 am

 
  
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