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Old Apr 5th, 2010, 14:13 PM   1
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Aching Teeth - early pregnancy symptom!


I have had aching teeth for the last 3 days and was concerned as i know i have no problems with my teeth at all. So i googled it and found the following in Wikianswers :

Sensitive Teeth during Pregnancy

Yes, infact it is a common sympton of pregnancy to experience discomfort in the mouth and sensitive teeth. Many women go through periods of teeth sensitivity and, as a dentist, I recomend Sensodyne

Yes, gums become more sensitive during pregnancy. As hormonal changes occur, there is an increase of blood flow throughout your body that can cause swelling, sensitivity and tenderness in your gums.


So am feeling more optomistic that this is our month - at last!!!



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Old Apr 5th, 2010, 14:43 PM   2
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I didn't know that! Makes me feel more optamistic!



 
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Old Apr 5th, 2010, 14:46 PM   3
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hi


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I have had aching teeth for the last 3 days and was concerned as i know i have no problems with my teeth at all. So i googled it and found the following in Wikianswers :

Sensitive Teeth during Pregnancy

Yes, infact it is a common sympton of pregnancy to experience discomfort in the mouth and sensitive teeth. Many women go through periods of teeth sensitivity and, as a dentist, I recomend Sensodyne

Yes, gums become more sensitive during pregnancy. As hormonal changes occur, there is an increase of blood flow throughout your body that can cause swelling, sensitivity and tenderness in your gums.


So am feeling more optomistic that this is our month - at last!!!
hi tina i had bleeding gums with my middle child and achy teeth so i would neva dismiss any signs.. good luck. sarah x



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Old Apr 6th, 2010, 01:44 AM   4
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Thank you Sarah, Aww you have the same name as my youngest daughter ( well she is 16), she is Sarah Louise P****r, and a very pretty girl even if i do say so myself !!!
I cant remember anything that i had with them apart from with my oldest (18 now) i had syatica (sorry cant spell that), in both legs coming from my bum to nearly my knees, the only other things was that i knew i was pregnant with the first one but had no periods before my 2nd one as i was breast feeding still so didnt have a clue, and i cant remember how i found out , it may have been the midwife as she was also a friend of mine that may have noticed something, wish she was here now she would be able to tell me , she sadly past away, breast cancer 2 years ago but never mind will have to wait a week now if i can hold off testing, good luck to you hun and thank you



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Old Apr 6th, 2010, 16:49 PM   5
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I've had achey teeth for the last 4 days. I told DH it felt like when you run a fingernail file over your teeth. Not that I do this but you get the idea. They've been bugging me like this today too. Not pain, just a sensation. With DD my gums would bleed when I brushed but not until I was 30 or so weeks along.



 
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Old Apr 6th, 2010, 21:21 PM   6
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I have had aching teeth for the last 3 days and was concerned as i know i have no problems with my teeth at all. So i googled it and found the following in Wikianswers :

Sensitive Teeth during Pregnancy

Yes, infact it is a common sympton of pregnancy to experience discomfort in the mouth and sensitive teeth. Many women go through periods of teeth sensitivity and, as a dentist, I recomend Sensodyne

Yes, gums become more sensitive during pregnancy. As hormonal changes occur, there is an increase of blood flow throughout your body that can cause swelling, sensitivity and tenderness in your gums.


So am feeling more optomistic that this is our month - at last!!!
Wishing you luck!!!!!!!! Keep me updated!!



 
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Old Apr 6th, 2010, 21:26 PM   7
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i'm 11dpo now and last few days my teeth been achin after food, as well as my other symptoms. ive just started bleeding too could it be implantation bleeding??? x



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i'm 11dpo now and last few days my teeth been achin after food, as well as my other symptoms. ive just started bleeding too could it be implantation bleeding??? x
What is the bleeding like? Also, do you know how long your LP normally is?



 
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Old Apr 6th, 2010, 21:33 PM   9
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it's not flowimg just like spotting and its a bit brown. my cycle is 28 days so my period due on friday!!! help!!



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it's not flowimg just like spotting and its a bit brown. my cycle is 28 days so my period due on friday!!! help!!
It could be implantation bleeding. Fx'd for you!



 
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