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Question: Bleeding gums while brushing. What can be done?

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Answer: Hi,Dear Congratulations for your pregnancy ,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.
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