I felt my thumb hurt when I stepped on it. I took off my socks and found a broken thumb nail. Should I wrap it up and wait for the nail to grow again, or should I pull out the whole nail
Hello, if you don't want to pull out your toenails, I suggest you can observe. When the new toenails grow out, the original ones will fall off by themselves. If there is redness, swelling, inflammation and other conditions, you should deal with them in time. You can pull out your toenails. In the near future, try to wear shoes with good ventilation and high comfort to avoid too intense exercise!
Because the recovery of the diseased part at the end of the limb is a very slow process, it is recommended to go to the surgery or dermatology department of the local regular hospital for treatment by a professional doctor, so as not to affect your normal walking. Do not deal with it by yourself, so as not to cause infection.
Your problem, considering the above situation, the big toe nail is more than half short. It is suggested to clean and disinfect it. Remove the toenail, avoid secondary injury, avoid local water and humidity, so as to avoid infection. The law of life and rest, don't stay up late and overwork, drink more white water, have more rest, and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits