Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My gums has started to bleed during my pregnancy plz suggest something
Answer: It is also called gestational gingivitis. Bleeding bleeding gums and swelling are very normal in pregnancy and it is not harmful for you and your baby if you practice good oral hygiene. To take care of this
Brush thrice daily most preferably after every meal using v soft bristle brush with flouridated toothpaste.
Use floss very gently.
Use alcohol free mouthwash
Also schedule an appointment with your dentist or periodontist for the checkup and if cleaning required then you should get it done in second trimester.
Question: I have sore gums from 2days.. what are the remedies ,i can use during pregnancy?
Answer: 1. sensodyne sensitive toothpaste twice a day
2. Listerine mouth wash in 1:1 ratio thrice a day
3. Gumex ointment - apply it on your gums thrice a day
4. Tab Limcee once a day
Question: My gums are bleeding frequently during pregnancy and till now. What should I do?
Answer: Hi,Dear Yes it is normal during pregnancy dear. Here is the home remedy which helped me during my pregnancy. Combine one clove of garlic with a sprinkling of salt and crush into a fine paste. Apply the mixture sparingly directly onto the affected tooth, applying too much can leave a strong burning sensation. Leave for several minutes before rinsing with warm salt water. Hope it helps.
Question: Is swelling gums normal during pregnancy?
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy
I can understand your anxiety. Swelling gums in pregnancy may be sign of gingivitis. Give cold press there. Take salt water, gargle and spit out, never swallow until swelling goes away. Please be careful. Talk to your doctor if swelling persists or increases and consult a dentist. You may need treatment for this. Take care