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Do your gums stop bleeding after you give birth?

(6 Posts)
JimmyChoo17 Sun 10-Jul-11 21:58:20

I'm just over 39 weeks now and from mid pregnancy onwards my gums bleed when brushing my teeth.....does this stop after baby is born? Or does breastfeeding/hormones affect them too? Have been to dentist and teeth were ok but due another check shortly. They don't bleed at any other time of the day.

I don't have any cuts, lumps or anything, just sensitive gums!

Another perk of pregnancy ey?!?

kalo12 Sun 10-Jul-11 22:01:00

ask your dentist for a prescription for corsodyl gel

JimmyChoo17 Sun 10-Jul-11 22:04:55

I use the corsydol mouthwash which helps but will ask about gel.

Just wondering if bleeding gums stops being an issue once baby is here? Then the sleep deprivation kicks in instead grin

share Sun 10-Jul-11 22:06:26

Mine stopped and I didn't realise until a few weeks later, was so busy with lo.

silverangel Mon 11-Jul-11 07:43:46

My dentist said it should stop straight after birthsmile

JimmyChoo17 Mon 11-Jul-11 08:24:28

Thanks share andsilver I hope mine do too!

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