Can I fix an ingrown toenail by myself?

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To fix an ingrown toenail, the foot is soaked into warn water for about 20 minutes a day. This reduces swelling. Place a tiny cotton piece under the nail, as it will allow it to grow above the person's skin. In order to prevent infection, apply an antibiotic treatment with the help of bandages.
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1. Soak the foot that has the ingrown toenail for 15 to 20 minutes three to four times a day in warm water to reduce any swelling and relieve pain. 2. Dry your foot thoroughly with
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If mild soak foot in warm water for 15-20 minutes and place dry cotton,such as
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It is probably best that you go see a doctor for this. I had one myself and luckily was able to fix it by simply cutting it out and using allot of peroxide. Kept it clean, gave it
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Not med advice. The best way to remedy the problem is to soak your foot in warm salted water at least twice a day.
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