What Will Happen If I Don’t Treat My Ingrown Toenail?
Even in the best of circumstances, ingrown toenails can be a frustrating problem to have. A mild ingrown toenail will still cause some pain and sensitivity. You may notice some redness and swelling. It may sting when you touch it (and hurt when the toe bumps up against the front of your shoe.)
Yet despite the discomfort, many people are still hesitant about seeking treatment. If you’re in the mild stages of an ingrown toenail of your own, you may be thinking things like:
Do I really need to see a doctor about this?
What will happen if I don’t get it treated?
It’s just an ingrown toenail. How bad could it be?
Well, we have some good news and some bad news to share with you. We’ll start with the bad.
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