I'm pretty sure most of you ladies have seen my thread about my two days of small cramping. The cramps are gone and now my gums are really tender. Never in my life have they hurted the way they did when i brushed today and yesterday morning. This has only been happening for two days though and idk if it's just something I'm coming down with or what? AF is due on the 7th so I'm lost on what to think. I feel like i'm already out
when i was pregnant i got realy sore gums they even bled when i brushed, i got 1 realy bad tooth an soon as my son was born i had to get it took out, the same again with my daughter soon as she was born i had to get it took out...very strange so ive 2 kids an 2 teeth missin...lol my teeth r bloody perfect in everyway, just when i get pregnant it happens, but it did with my mum my antie my grandma, very spooky, lol
My dentist told me that during pregnancy that many women will get sensitive or bleeding gums because of the amount of extra blood that we pumping during pregnancy. You never know..fingers crossed for you
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