How does one know when they have fractured a bone in their big toe without going to the doctors?
I stubbed my toe a while back and the normal result happened. It pained badly for a while, my toe blackened and the toenail almost fell off. But, I could still walk on it. Now, it's been about 3 months and my toe still throbs and pains once in a while.
From personal experience, I can tell you that I knew I'd broken the "piggy toe" on my foot after I stubbed it in the middle of the night, then woke up in the morning to discover that while I'd slept the toe had turned bright purple, like the color of grape Kool-Aid. That was kind of freaky. I didn't think that color actually occurred in nature.
Though it did make for a funny scene when I went to the emergency room to get it checked out (just to be sure). When I was wheeled into the x-ray room and put my injured foot on the machine, the tech asked me "So which toe is it?" ... and I replied, "The PURPLE one." Haha
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