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Sometimes I wake up with pain in the toes of my right foot. Sometimes it starts in the evenings. What's the cause. How to get relief.

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Sometimes I wake up with pain in the toes of my right foo...
It is due to stiffness in muscles .you need to do some exercises to maintain the flexibility of muscles.
Sometimes I wake up with pain in the toes of my right foo...
Pain in the toe can arise due to abnormalities or injury to any of the structures in the toe, including skin, nerves, bones, blood vessels, and soft tissues. The most common causes of toe pain include ingrown toe nails, bunions, cuts or scrapes, other injuries, blisters, and corns and calluses, muscular stiffness, etc. So the cause needs to be evaluated. Till then take Rhus tox 200, 4 pills thrice a day for 3 days till then do some exercise, massage your toes, you can also apply hot fomentation according to the problem.
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Sometimes I wake up with pain in the toes of my right foo...
Generally lower limb takes more time to heal as the entire body weight is taken by the foot. It is important to wear MCR chappals as it distributes the weight evenly and it makes the foot to feel less pressure. You can take good Iron supplement, calcium and vitamin D which will help you to have quick recovery and also it helps for quick healing and recovery. You can do hot water fermentation will help to reduce the inflammation and it helps to have better range of motion. If you practice this way it will not hurt your foot any more it also helps to reduce the pain.
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Sometimes I wake up with pain in the toes of my right foo...
Advice. Contrast Bath. Sports Taping. Gentle Stretching.
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