Over a year ago, I stumped my rightside big toe, not having a doctor look at it, it healed on its own, which I think was dislocated, it is deformed a bit in size and shape , no pain just numb on the outer side and certain shoes I can no longer wear. should I seek doctors care, the numb side is bothering me.
I would suggest seeing a Dr. Although I am not too sure what they will be able to for you. As much as you may not know, a big toe is very important to us. I dropped a table on my big toe 5 years ago and broke it, they put a cast up to my knee on me and had it for 3 months. Your toe may have not been dislocated, but fractured.
Maybe try and get an x-ray done to see if anything was damaged, maybe some physio will work for you.
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