Stubbed, Jammed, or Broken Toe

I know that it may be best to see a doctor immediately when it regards any injury to one's foot, but that is not always the available course of action in real life. I don't currently have insurance and can't afford to visit a doctor for a non-serious injury. Of course if there is a major problem I need to know and make the proper arrangements. My question is, how can I tell if my foot is just stubbed/jammed or if it is broken? Are there differing symptoms to be aware of?

Posted By DC on August 19, 2004 at 10:10:09:

The proprietary gel also provides extra protective padding to help comfort the pain caused by metatarsal soreness. May be used for relieving the burning sensation under the metatarsal heads, calluses and tarsal fat pads.

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