Re: Toe Redness

I had ingrown toenails removed on the outside of both my big toes over a year and 1/2 ago. I do not know what type of acid the Dr. used, it was not lazer. Because the both toes were hurting me again I went to a different podiatrist and he said the toenails were ingrown on the inside of the nail and removed them by cutting them out. After two months the inside of the toes were again hurting me and I went back to the Dr. and he said it was impossible for them to be ingrown in that time period, walked out of the room, came back, said the one toe was ingrown and cut it out again. I have been using epsom salt to soak my feet (about 1/2 cup to a basin of warm water), putting neosporin on my toes and they are still red and tender. I recently stopped the soaking and they are still the same. Help!

Posted By Mary Ann on May 11, 2005 at 11:28:24:

In Reply to: Re: Toe Redness posted by Vivian Abrams DPM on May 07, 2005 at 22:30:34:

An area of softer silicone is incoporated on the medial side of the cushion, the area most sensitive to plantar faciitis pain. Sold in pairs.

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