Sensitive Teeth..

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  1. twinkle90

    twinkle90 Well-Known Member

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    Can Pregnancy cause this? Ive never suffered toothache before xxx
     
  2. Kimmyj_b

    Kimmyj_b Well-Known Member

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    Think so.... I've read that pregnancy can cause dental issues :( x
     
  3. Kate0412

    Kate0412 Well-Known Member

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    Have you had alot of sickness? That can thin the enamel on your teeth and make them sensitive. Pregnancy normally causes gum problems (pregnancy gingivitis) which can make your gums sore and that can feel like toothache xxx
     
  4. twinkle90

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    Ive not actually been sick really. So cant say its sickness. I might try that sensodyn toothpaste. It may ease it xxx
     
  5. Kate0412

    Kate0412 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah that's a good idea. If you've craved fruit or acidic things they can affect your enamel too. Dentists always recommend a sensitive toothpaste first line for treatment. Hope things get easier for you xxx
     

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