Broken pinky toe?

by Bella
(New London, CT)

My left pinky toe caught onto the edge of a door and hurt itself pretty bad. Since it was only my pinky toe I continued my daily life without really paying attention to it, seeing how not much of my weight is supported by this toe. But today (2 days after) I looked down and saw that that the outer half of the toe was normal colored, and the inner half of the toe is a darker pink. It's been hurting but only when I touch it. Could this be a broken pinky toe??

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Yes, definitely possible.

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