Contact your doctor or foot care specialist if ingrown nail symptoms do not go away on their own in a reasonable period of time, if you are in pain, or if you notice an infection. If you have diabetes or another health problem that affects your circulation, contact your doctor for treatment of your ingrown nail even if your symptoms are mild.
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Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
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