Our expert says:
Hallo Big T
Maybe you should have an x/ray of the toe, to exclude underlying joint inflammation and have your uric acid levels tested for gout. Both these conditions will cause swelling and may cause redness of the area. A pinched nerve at the ankle may cause needles and pins and a shooting pain into the toe.
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