Home Remedies for Ingrown Toenail?

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To stop ingrown toenails soak the affected foot in warm water for 20 minutes, three times a day. It is recommended to place a small piece of cotton underneath the ingrown toenail to help stop irritation of the toe. Cut the toenail straight across as it grows out. To prevent infection, wash and dry your foot completely before trimming, and use clean nail clippers.
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1. Place a little wedge of lemon against the toe and secure it with a band aid or gauze bandage. Pull on a sock to better secure the lemon wedge. 2. Leave the wedge on your toe overnight
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Make a paste out of alum and pack it around the nail. It will
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Either have it cut out, cut it out yourself, or soak it in some hot water with Epsom salt.the epsom salt helps the pain and softens your toe so you can cut out the toenail.
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all u have to do is pull it out with tweezers.
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Ingrown Toenails Treatment
Ingrown toenails that are not infected can normally be treated at home. However, if the toenail has pierced the skin or there is any sign of infection, it is a good idea to seek medical treatment. Signs of infection include: warmth, pus, redness ... More »
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