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last night i got into an argument and as i was walking away i walked into a door, it took about 10mins for me to realize that something wasn't right, anyway i go to the hospital and they xrayed my left foot and it turn out ive broken my 4th toe, its bruised alot, the joint appears to have bent upwards and its very painful. How long will it take to heal to the point where it isnt painful and can gently walk on it? i should also point out that i had to walk 20 mins on it because no one would take me to the hospital-UPDATE-toe has 80% healed, i can walk on it albeit with a limp and it no longer hurts other than twinges every so often.
BloodrayneMonster BloodrayneMonster 22-25, M 5 Answers May 25, 2012

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It can take a long time...I broke my baby toe six years ago and I still have twinges of pain in it...took about a month to heal enough to not hurt all the time. It does depend on how active you are...how much you're on your feet.

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ouch is all i can say, this is the first time ive broken a bone so naturally i have no idea what to expect, i will say the pain does come and go alot

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Just try to stay off it for as much as possible in the next few weeks. Letting it rest will speed the healing.

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Geezo TallCTGuy, keep yer wig on dude!

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That is a question for your doctor to answer. Didn't you ask when you were at the hospital???

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the doc said it varies on my healing, i do heal from injuries relitively quickly, i have to back to the hospital next week

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So if you already got your answer, why are you asking a bunch of strangers here?

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it's not like he's asking for advice on brain surgery...sheesh...it's a broken toe. Settle down.

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I am settled honey. You are the one who keeps asking questions that you were already told the answer to by a medical professional...

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cos i need a straight answer

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Sounds like the straight answer was 'there is no set time. It varies from person to person.' Get it?

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Actually, it's not me asking at all...

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