I was wearing flip flops the other day (Monday) and a shard of wood got jammed about 2cm into my foot in between my smallest toe and second smallest. I cleaned it straight away and have been using betadine (antiseptic liquid) every day since. It is still quite sore and the hole is big enough but not a lot of blood so it does not need stitches. There is a small (very small) amount of swelling and pinkish skin about 5cm diameter around the area. I have had a tetnis shot within the last 6 months.
I am 8 weeks pregnant. I haven't been to the doctor but if would I be even able to take medication if I do need to go on antibiotics? If I wasn't pregnant I wouldn't be going to the doctor I think it will clear itself up over the next few days but should I go because I am pregnant? Am I freaking out for nothing?
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