Our expert says:
Your toe may be dislocated - maybe you should go to a provincial hospital emergency room so that they could take an x/ray and see if you need to see a specialist - they don't always put a pin in, but sometimes you need a bit of local anaesthetic so they can pull it straight again and bandage it to the toe next to it to grow on again.. Eina! If you leave it and it is broken, it may grow on skew and cause severe corns and callouses in the future, making it difficult to find shoes etc.
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