• Toe Pain Under the Nail?

    by Dr. LaMour
    on Aug 19th, 2015

Ouch! Whether it’s been building up gradually over time or whether it seemed to come out of the blue, a painful toenail is a small problem that can turn into a pretty big deal if you don’t identify and treat the cause in a timely manner.

The good news is that most toenail pain can usually be narrowed down to a few sources, including:

Have you been feeling unexplained pain under or around your toenail? Many people choose to wait until the pain becomes unbearable before doing something about it. If you’re experiencing toenail pain that hasn’t improved in a couple of days, or if your toenail is showing signs of infection, give us a call or make an appointment at our Austin location to have your toes and feet examined.

Original Source: http://www.drjefflamour.com/toenails-fungus/toe-pain-under-the-nail/

Author Dr. LaMour

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