Hmmm . . . I'm not clear as to your question. If your pain has decreased, then great news! If you're not completely recovered, then I'd recommend going back to see your family physician for further evaluation. Or if you ha
Can you provide a better description of exactly where the sore spot is located? If it's on the cheek right outside of her upper teeth, I can give you some good advice. If it's elsewhere, I'll need more information.
After any injury do RICE. See this page for a discussion of RICE. If the pain and swelling exist for more than a few days, head for the doctor's office. In the mean time, try and keep the weight off the foot
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