Blister lifting toenail up
No, just keep drainng it. It will dry out and probably fall off eventually.
Don't go to the Doctor, if you going to go anywhere to have it checked go to a podiatrist of foot health practitioner, I really dont like to comment on foot problems over the Internet with out seeing the patient, but just keep an eye on it Ito make sure there's no sign of infection, if there's no change after a week it might be worth having it looked at or like I said if it becomes infected.
I had the same thing. The blisters are likely to go down, then the nail may turn black, and may fall off (after last marathon look about 6-8 weeks to lose the nails!)
i agree with the others, would not see anyone unless there are signs of infection.
PS - it's better if you do lose the nail. Growing but damaged is painful for a long time, take it from me.
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