Sunday, March 25, 2012

Ingrown nail

Spring is back and forth around here. After two days of rain, we enjoyed a beautiful morning, but in the afternoon suddenly a cold, strong wind started to last beautiful sunset. Unstable weather.

I have ingrown toenail. But I don't think it's not in a very bad condition because I don't have a constant pain. But since a month ago, the pain became bigger day by day, yet I didn't think if I should go and see a doctor. I was patient. This morning when I talked about this to my husband, he said, "I'll take you to the hospital right now."  Like this way, in my life I have been taken to the hospital by my husband many times.

After seeing my right toenail carefully, the doctor explained about the treatment briefly and performed a surgery for the correction of an ingrown nail using a plastic material. First he injected two local aesthetics, but they didn't show enough effect, then two more aesthetics added. ..Patient. Finally it ended.
I want to see my toenail in detail, but for me it is impossible to check it. Can you?  Maybe my body is not flexible. I hope it gets well soon.
Thank you hubby.


  1. Oh, I'm sorry for you of your ingrown nail. Terrible. And yes, I think you have a good hubby, complimet for him. Can you walk a bit?

    Yes, I can touch my nose with my toe :-) I am hypermobile. Not funny, often join - problems. But an ingrown nail seems more difficult.

    Lots of love and a digital hug from me.

  2. ohhhh Annie, I hope so you have no more pain in the toe nail and you're back to the most beautiful legs :-) ... your husband made ​​it quite right and you brought to the hospital!

    a good week for you love and greetings from the Geli

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  4. I have had ingrown nails before and they can be very painful. Hope yours heals soon. Maybe the hubby can take a picture of it for you. :)

  5. Ouch, ouch, ouch! I had an operation for an ingrown toenail when I was young, Annie, so I can fully sympathise. Hope you get back to 100% soon!

  6. Oh, I do hope your toe is better by now. Sometimes the littlest things cause the most pain. Do take good care of yourself and don't put off seeing the doctor when you need to. :)

  7. Your husband did the right thing. I'm sure your foot will feel much better now you have had it treated.