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Hi Chris; Let me first apologize for the delay in responding. Given your description it does sound as if foreign material could be in the wound. Have you tried soaking the finger in warm water to allow
Hi: Marina; Sorry for the delay in responding. If you are not able to control the bleeding by now, please go the ER or walk in clinic. That is most important. If bleeding is stopped, keep the area clean
Hi Theo; Most instant ice packs only provide quick temporary relief and all have about the same duration which they maintain the cold. I would also consider putting cushion gel inserts into your shoes
Hi Amelia; Please accept my apology for the delay in responding as I was dealing with family matters. In reference to your question, what you seeing and touching is mostly likely the tendons and
Hi Kathy; From your description, the stinging most likely is due to a combination of both the wound and small nerves healing. If you have no other signs of redness or infection, a warm wet compress
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