34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My gums are weak and bleeding some time tell me a remedy

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Answer: Dear when you are pregnant increased blood flowcauses swollen gums, tender tissues and sensitive teeth. This can lead to bleeding of the teeth while brushing or flossing. If you areexperiencing bleeding even at rest then do consult your dentist.. Use soft-bristled and cross-bristled brush during pregnancy since it will be tender on your swollen gums and also remove impurities from teeth. Avoid food which causes sensitivities. This can be very different for each person. Some people feel sensitivity when they have cold food, some when they drink something hot while others may have sensitivity when they have something which has an overdose of sugar. Avoid these foods because it will just increase your pain. Go for cleaning at least twice during your pregnancy. Ask your dentist to recommend an oral mouthwash or toothpaste and do cross check the prescription with your gynaecologist.
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