Common causes of pain in the big toe include gout, bunions or ingrown toenails, according to WebMD. Hammer or claw toe, turf toe, sesamoid fractures, corns, and calluses may also cause pain in the big toe. More »

Potential causes of intense pain in the big toe include a fracture resulting from injury or trauma, gout or arthritis, explains Foot Vitals. Big toe pain may also be caused by a vascular issue, a disease or a structural ... More »

Arthritis pain in the big toe can be relieved through medication, injections, lifestyle changes, exercise, devices and surgery, reports Healthline. Arthritis in the foot shows up most often in the base of the big toe, wh... More »

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Common causes of pain in the big toe include gout, a bunion, a claw toe, an ingrown toenail and a turf toe, according to WebMD. Osteoarthritis of the big toe is another common cause of pain in the big toe, notes Healthli... More »

The treatment for gout in the big toe usually involves taking prescribed medications that include anti- inflammatory drugs, allopurinol or colchicine for a gout attack or flare-up, as noted by WebMD. For gout attacks tha... More »

Severe pain in the big toe is the most common symptom of gout. According to WebMD, gout may cause joints to become very tender and painful to the touch. More »

Causes of a painful big toe include arthritis, gout, injury or a bunion, explains WebMD. People with a hammertoe or claw toes often develop calluses near the big toe that can irritate the skin and cause pain. More »

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