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Depends on what severity the ingrown toenail is at!
- if is still possible to cut it without causing infection so it is no longer growing further into the flesh, do so by pulling it out using tweezers then cut it off using tow clippers.
- otherwise soak your foot in warm water until your skin is soft. Then take a cotton ball and tear it apart. Stuff as much cotton ball under your nail as possible and leave it there(make sure that you change it daily though) Continue to do this until your nail grows out. The cotton ball allows the nail to grow out instead of growing down into your skin.
- If it is badly infected already go to a doctor to seek assistance as to avoid even more serious problems with the toe.
Good Luck! I hope that this works for you!
With a nail clippers, cut a small "v" in the center of the ingrown nail. As the nail grows together to heal itself, it pulls out of your toe and should feel better by the next day if not sooner
It can be tough when you have one but depending on the severity of it, you might be able to easily get it fixed. There are some cases when it can be only surgery that will help. I wrote about this in a hub.
http://paigehchen.hubpages.com/hub/Trea … rown-Nails
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