Bleeding gums is from gingivitis. And when you're actually brushing them and they bleed it's fine. You're actually getting rid of the gingivitis and just need to keep up with your oral care more often until the bleeding eventually stops.

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Agreed! I have the same problem and this is what my dentist told me to do.

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Maybe try a softer toothbrush

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Floss

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Can't do that.

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Why ?

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Braces are in way.

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Brush with fine salt and hydrogen peroxide. Don't swallow the peroxide.

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If I shouldn't swallow it then I shouldn't put it in my mouth then.

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Don't think so. May need a check up.

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Had one today and they said just to keep brushing.

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Gum bleeding is a symptom from a specific condition of the gums. of your gums are sensitive or full of gunk, it's normal. however if you have a gum disease that will require special treatment/medication

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Why are your gums bleeding?

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Because they just do

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I really don't know of anything, but you might want to mention that to your doctor :)

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