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.
Answer: Hi, this is common during pregnancy you should do salt water gargling this will help you.. you should maintain a very good oral hygiene which will also help..
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Question: My gums are bleeding... Wat should I do?
Answer: Dear Mom,
This is a very common problem most of the moms face during their pregnancy. Due to the increased hormonal level our gums get inflammated and sensitive. Due to this they develop little infection. The best is to keep your gums clean and brush your teeth after every meal. You can also go for salt gargles after every meal to clean any stuck over meal. Avoid any medication for this as this is just a phase or a matter of few days and then they will be back to normal.
All the best!
Question: My gums are bleeding very badly... and there is lil pain too.. what should i do? Is this harmful?
Answer: Hello dear
It is caused by the hormonal changes that increase the blood flow to the gum tissue and cause your gums to be more sensitive, irritable, and swollen.
Remedies for gum bleeding :
Have at least one oral checkup with your dentist during pregnancy.
Use a daily or periodic warm salt water rinse.
Brush your teeth twice per day, especially after vomiting from morning sickness.
Have good nutrition
Question: My gums are paining a lot..what should I do?
Answer: Hi dear, same has happened to me when I was pregnant and it caused by the hormonal changes that increase the blood flow to the gum tissue and cause our gums to be more sensitive, irritable, and swollen. Some home remedies which helped me are:
Soothe your gums by brushing and flossing gently, so you don't irritate them.
Rinse your mouth with a saltwater solution to rid your mouth of bacteria.
Drink lots of water. ...
Avoid irritants, including strong mouthwashes, alcohol, and tobacco.
Place a warm compress over your face to lessen gum pain.