5 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 4 week and 4 days pregnang and i have gum and teeth problems is this okk

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Answer: Hi! It's due to hormonal changes and common. Bleeding gums during pregnancy are normal. Hormonal changes lead to this. I would strongly recommend you go to a dentist for regular cleans. And get a clean done now before baby comes. Keep brushing always using a soft tooth brush in circular movements. The more plaque u leave behind the more u will get gingivitis the more your gums will bleed. So don't worry or panic seeing blood when pregnant. Just maintain a great oral hygiene routine of brushing twice and flossing once daily. And you will be fine. Good luck!
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