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    So recently my big toe has gotten a mark. I assumed it was just bruising. But today it looks worse than before? I can't remember anything happening to cause it but I'm unsure what I should do now. I always assumed it was just bruising and it would just die down. It feels completely fine and there are no other issues - was just wondering if anyone had some experience with this or advice?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So recently my big toe has gotten a mark. I assumed it was just bruising. But today it looks worse than before? I can't remember anything happening to cause it but I'm unsure what I should do now. I always assumed it was just bruising and it would just die down. It feels completely fine and there are no other issues - was just wondering if anyone had some experience with this or advice?
    Bruises can take time to develop so it could be just that but if you are worried go see your doctor.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So recently my big toe has gotten a mark. I assumed it was just bruising. But today it looks worse than before? I can't remember anything happening to cause it but I'm unsure what I should do now. I always assumed it was just bruising and it would just die down. It feels completely fine and there are no other issues - was just wondering if anyone had some experience with this or advice?
    A the last person said, bruises can take a while and get worse before they get better. If it doesn't feel different it should be fine. If you want to be sure though you could call 111 or visit a pharmasit. They will be able to tell you if it's worth seeing a dr about it.
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    Subungual haemotoma maybe go on their own if pain persist go get an x ray


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