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VeritableVagabond VeritableVagabond 18-21, M 11 Answers Jul 26, 2012

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you are supposed to brush the teeth not the gums silly. If you floss it will also help to strengthen your gums.

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I'm not sure what you mean bout continue to brush them. Yes, you must continue to brush several times a day, and eventually the bleeding should stop. If after a few days of brushing 3 or 4 times a day, you continue to bleed when brushing, you should see a dentist or a doctor. There could be an infection or something.

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It could be gum disease, use an antibac mouthwash :-) If it dont go away see your doctor

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It should yes

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yes, and start taking extra vitamin C

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You might want to see a dentist.

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You should always brush your gums as well as your teeth. If you don't brush your gums, that is the reason they bleed. Brush them twice a day and after a week, they will be firmer and won't bleed any more. If they do, then I would talk to your dentist about it.

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You need to make an appointment with your dentist. You may be experiencing a condition called gingivitis. Having your teeth cleaned might be all that is needed. This could develop into something more serious if you allow this to continue.

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