Bleeding gums!

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  1. kellymummytobe

    kellymummytobe Well-Known Member

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    For the last few days when I brush my teeth and when I spit the tooth paste out its just full of blood I mean dark blood and they really hurt after is this normal in pregnancy or should I see my dentist i have very well looked after teeth xx


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  2. tillzy69

    tillzy69 Well-Known Member

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    It is a normal symptom of pregnancy but you should still go see the dentist to make sure everything is ok! And you might as well as you get appointments for free now :)
     
  3. Rachel1509

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    Unfortunately comes hand in hand with pregnancy.
    I went to dentist other day and he asked if everything was ok, I said yes just bleeding gums which I guess is normal and he said it is and may get even worse the further the pregnancy gets :(
     
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    tillzy69 Well-Known Member

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    When I went dentist I was more concerned about any erosion in my teeth due to the sickness! I had some but nothing to worry about too much! Only had little bleeding in my gums but as Rachel1509 said I'm sure it will get worse!
     
  5. kellymummytobe

    kellymummytobe Well-Known Member

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    :eek: tillzy that makes me feel so much better hehe. it's really bad now i never had it before ;(


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