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Treating an ingrown nail at home is a simple process that requires soaking the affected foot several times daily, massaging inflamed skin and properly trimming the toenail. If you suffer from diabetes, poor circulation, ... More »

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Soaking the toe in Epsom salt, using an antibiotic ointment and trimming the nails properly are all ways to treat an ingrown toenail at home, according to HowStuffWorks. Wearing the right socks, buying new shoes and refr... More »

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To relieve pain from an ingrown toenail using home remedies, MedicineNet recommends soaking the affected foot, taking over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs and elevating the foot. Soak the foot for 15 to 20 minutes in... More »

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Patients can fix ingrown toenails by encouraging the nail to grow upwards instead of into the skin, according to Mayo Clinic. If this solution doesn't work, doctors or specialized nail technicians can fix the nail with m... More »

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To treat an ingrown fingernail, soak the finger in warm water several times a day, massage the inflamed skin gently and place a piece of dental floss or cotton soaked in antiseptic under the nail. If the problem persists... More »

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Remove irritating hangnails by using a clean pair of cuticle scissors or nail clippers to gently cut away the broken skin. Afterwards, the nail bed and surrounding skin should be moisturized with hand lotion throughout t... More »

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To remove an ingrown toenail, the Mayo Clinic suggests going to a doctor to have it removed. Soak the toe at home a few times per day, and place an antiseptic cotton swab under the nail, suggests MedlinePlus. Do not remo... More »

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