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Question: My gums are swelling and bleeding give me some tips pls
Answer: Some women get swollen and sore gums, which may bleed, in pregnancy. Bleeding gums are caused by a build-up of plaque on the teeth.
Hormonal changes during pregnancy can make your gums more vulnerable to plaque, leading to inflammation and bleeding. This is also called pregnancy gingivitis or gum disease.
Being a dentist IL suggest you to follow good oral hygiene tips and regularly do oral warm saline rinses
Clean your teeth carefully twice a day for two minutes with fluoride toothpaste – ask your dentist to show you a good brushing method to remove all the plaque.
Brushing is best with a small-headed toothbrush with soft filaments – make sure it's comfortable to hold.
Avoid having sugary drinks (such as fizzy drinks or sweet tea) and sugary foods too often – try to keep them to meal times.
If you're hungry between meals, snack on vegetables and avoid sugary or acidic foods
Question: Im 6 months pregnant now and my gums are bleeding automatically from yesterday. Is there any home remedy that i can fo to stop this? The gums automatically bleed around 5-6 times a day. Please help me
Answer: Yes, do Gargles with salty water. Also you must use mouth wash..
Question: My feet r swallowing...and bleeding gums..plz suggest any remedy
Swelling in feet is normal during pregnancy because of increased blood volume and water retention to supply nutrition to your baby. It can be experienced at any time and is more common in third trimester. You can avoid standing for long periods of time , decrease spending time in summer heat, rest with your feet above to help backward glow of fluids, reduce salt intake , increase water intake helps flush out water retention , wear comfortable shoes and avoid tight clothing around legs.
Unless associated with very high blood pressure nothing to worry about.Swollen gums, which may be sore and more susceptible to bleeding, are common during pregnancy. This inflammation of the gums is called gingivitis. Pregnancy gingivitis is caused by the hormonal changes that increase the blood flow to the gumtissue and cause your gums to be more sensitive, irritable, and swollen. You can do salt water mouth washes after every meal. You can brush your mouth twice a day. This will help your sensitivity.