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Forum Name: Bone trauma and fractures

Question: fratured toes

 darna - Tue Nov 03, 2009 6:24 am

hi im tina,

its been 5 weeks since my bones in my toes are broken, the doctor buddy taped my toes. how long the fractured toes heal? everyday i feel changes, now i can walk more easily than before, but in last three days i fell pain every night, it feels like cutting my fingers, it is normal? until now i didn't wash my toes because im afraid for it to get wet, is it ok? or i have to wash it? please help me... thank you
 CharlieCabo - Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:01 pm

Hi Tina,

I recently broke my toe (4 weeks ago),
I would suggest yes, keep it clean. When I broke my toe doctor told me to soak in VINEGAR. Yes Vinegar to avoid infection. But maybe that's just initially?? Wouldn't hurt though. (Im not a doctor, just a mom with a broken toe)


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