2. When Should You See a Doctor?

Many toe breaks won't require a doctor at all, but it's better to be safe than sorry. At home, examine the toe daily, taking note of any new symptoms, as well as cold, numbness, new open wounds or bleeding, or blue or gray colored skin. If you notice any of these, see a doctor.


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