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Bent toes

(6 Posts)
BoojaBooja Mon 11-Jul-11 21:04:10

DD's 3 and has always had bent toes. It looks as though she's been wearing shoes that are too small, but she hasn't. I take her for new shoes at Clarks every couple of months (excessive, I know, but I'm worried about her toes) and she's always barefoot at home.

Does anyone know what the cause of this could be, please? I took her to the GP, but he just dismissed it.

Thanks. smile

BoojaBooja Mon 11-Jul-11 22:03:37

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Tiggles Mon 11-Jul-11 23:40:54

DH has toes like that, DS1 has 1 toe like that. Not sure that is any help, but it doesn't appear to bother either of them.

dontwotzme Mon 11-Jul-11 23:59:07

dd2 had curly toes on each foot (the two next to the big toe crossed). She and I used to call them kissing toes (she liked the name better) I can't remember the exact age, but by around 10 yrs old they just sorted themselves out. They didn't cause her any problems so we never worried.

DeWe Tue 12-Jul-11 09:17:07

I have that. It's genetic in my case. I think dd1's got it too.

madmomma Sat 16-Jul-11 20:43:47

sounds like hammer toes. Genetic. we've had them for generations. The only problem they cause me is that I can't wear cheap shoes. Have to go to Kurt Geiger because they have more depth in the toe area. They used to operate on them years ago, but they don't now I don't think.

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