24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: There s bleeding in teeth while brushing and the gums become pale.is that a problem?

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Answer: Hello dear, Generally, if dental work is required to treat a toothache, the recommended time for treatment is during the second trimester of pregnancy. ... Over-the-counter drugs such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen are avoided as these are not considered safe during pregnancy. Some drugs are considered safe for pain management. And for the treatment You should consult ur doctor. you can use warm water with salt, apply salt with masturd oil, apply only masturd oil, it will help to reduce toothache. 
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