Yeah, I know what you're thinking - ingrown toenail. And it could well be, but there are a few things that make me doubt this:
It's been like this for well over a year now. Never any worse, any better, just the same size swelling and redness.
No pain. I know thanks to previous experiences with ingrown toenails that even the slightest feather touch can cause excruciating pain, but not with this. I go running all the time, I can press down ******n the area with no pain.
What the heck is this? If it was an ingrown toenail surely it would have gotten worse as the time went on. It's persistent, I'll give it that. Picture included if you wish to take a gander:
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