Do you have an Ingrown nail?

Ingrown nails are most frequently caused by cutting your toenails too short or rounding the nail edges or by wearing ill-fitting shoes or tight hosiery that press the nail into your toe. You can also develop an ingrown nail after an injury, such as stubbing or jamming your toe.
It is a condition in which the corner or side of a toenail grows into the flesh.
It is very common, more than 3 million US cases per year, It must be treated by a medical professional. 
- Usually self-diagnosable
- Lab tests or imaging not required
- Medium-term: resolves within months
This condition usually affects the big toe. People who have diabetes are at greater risk of complications. Pain, redness, and swelling can occur at the affected nail. Lifting or removing the toenail can help. Antibiotics might be needed.
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