Swollen gums remedy

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Any home remedies for swollen gums? Besides the obvious brush your teeth (which hasn't helped) On a non pregnancy related note, can someone please explain to me what a regular coffee is?? Is it one milk one sugar? It's been driving me nuts all day.
Hello, Such sore swollen gums can be due to gingivitis,infections,malnutrition and vitamin C deficiency,pregnancy or sensitivity to toothpaste or mouthwash . Take vitamin C supplements for some days and change your toothpaste brand and avoid using mouthwashes if your swollen gums are caused by sensitivity to toothpaste or mouthwash.Also have good oral hygiene. If the symptoms persist then pls consult a dentist and get gingivitis ruled out. Hope it helps.
I have swollen lips ans swollen gums and had a fever a few days ago. Has anyone had these problems before?
The first few days i noticed my gum front bottom between the two teeth was swollen. After two days I noticed a white head (pimple) - a small one. Now there nothing there but the gum feels a little sensitive. There's no pain but I'm just worried its not just a pimple or something more. I brush almost all the time might have forgotten a couple of time. I hope its not an infection or gum disease or anything. I read about gum boil but my pimple was leaking out anything ts was just a white head.
A part of my gums is swollen and red. There are black specks on it. I don't know what it is. It's located beside my front teeth behind them. I tried looking it up but all i got was sexual diseases such as herpes. I have never had intercourses so it can't be that. What is going on?
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Are red swollen gums linked to autoimmune disease? I herd autoimmune diseases can cause tissue damage.
First I'd like to say that it's pretty humbling to not even have 1 red sheckle to go to the Doctor. I have been diagnosed Hep-C for the last 15 years or so. The last 4/5 yrs. or so I have not even seen a doctor,ages. My liver has had pain in the past as well as the present, i know i know, it's not the liver, it''s the lining of the liver streching from the swelling. My last biop was about 5 years agos and the dr couldn't believe how health my liver was from the labs.
I also am experiencing the end of my tongue being somewhat irritated, numb, and mapped. Some mornings, I wake up with swollen gums behind my front teeth; wondering if my tongue is causing that while I sleep! Anybody here having tongue issues along with lips and eyes? I've tried all kinds of topical things on my lips and eyes, but nothing seems to really work. This week, I'm trying the apple cider vinegar, as I've heard from other sources that this is really good.
I first get sores in my mouth, then my lips are tingly, then chapped, swollen, and blistelike, happening over several days. The last time I had this, it lasted over 3 weeks. I went to the Dr. and he gave me medicine for Herpes virus (cold sores). I am now experiencing the same symptons, and the medicine the Dr. gave me doesn't seem to be helping.
I have the same problem as this red swollen itchy eyelids. Don't have allergies like this. I do wear contacts--why would they cause this? I haven't been wearing the contacts for days now....
Since yesterday I've had a large swollen bump on the labia majora..it's very painful, it hurts to walk or sit. I've been putting warm cloth on it and it seemed to help with the swelling but it's still really painful. I don't really want to go to the doctor because I just don't have the money right now, and I feel like it would be a waste if it's something that I can take care of on my own. Anyone else ever experienced this before? What can I do to ease the pain?
The last few days especially, the pain is unbearable unless i continue to swish cold water on my swollen gums in that region, but then the pain comes back full force in about 2 minutes. I tried washing my mouth out with warm salt water, and all that did was increase the pain so much that I was shaking. My gums on the upper right of my mouth are red and swollen. Is there any home remedy or anything else you can suggest to make me a little bit more comfortable?
The tooth that is the root canal and the gum around that tooth is very swollen and so painful that most of the right side of my mouth is painful. I am unable to relieve this pain with traditional pain meds (aleve, ibuprofen). I am unable to see the dentist until next week. Is there anything, preferably a natural remedy, that can help until I get to the dentist?
The easiest way to get an idea of this at home is by checking for swelling or redness of the gums and if his glands are swollen. Typically for me, the first glands to swell are the Submandibular gland located right under both sides of the jaw. If you notice any of these, go to your doctor and tell him that you think you may have an infection and get the antibiotics. That, alone, can cause the full head pain. When it comes to pain killers, what kinds is he taking?
I found it all to be very painful and the dentist had to use large amounts of meds to numb my gums, not unusual for me, for some reason I metabolize the meds quickly.) The did the right side first, both upper and lower, then I went back for the left side a week later and last Tuesday (3rd week) they did the fillings on the right side. After the treatments, I experienced sensativity of all my teeth on and off...
My mouth is textbook herpes. I have it all on my lips AND sores in my mouth including swollen gums (gingivitis). There is NO way the tests will be negative. No, I haven't been diagnosed with Whitlow but given the fact that I am sure I have herpes, and I (unknowingly) used my hands to apply creams to my vagina. But, I am going to the doctor again today. For those who have had Whitlow....as things are healing, are your hands/fingers super itchy???
Long-term deficiency can lead to a calcium deficiency, alcoholic hallucinations, unusual face and eye movement, alopecia (baldness), swollen gums, and lesions of the gums. The symptoms of magnesium deficiency are identical with many of the symptoms of thyroid disease, especially hyperthyroidism. A slight deficiency and you will notice slight depression and lack of well-being.
It is not sensitive to heat or cold but the pain is spreading into my jaw and my face is slightly swollen on that side. I have called the dentist again and he said just to give it a few days, the pain should subside. I am constantly on Orajel, Advil, and Tylenol or else I am in pain. Is this normal?
) Over the past few months my gum seems to have swollen, in the images, the gum on the right hand side at the top is most notable. The swollen area is not sensitive, but is rock hard when touched. You can just about compare both sides of the mouth in the second picture to notice the right is far more swollen. I hardly ever drink alcohol (I avoid alcoholic mouthwash too), and I do not eat sweet foods often either.
I have irritation on my upper gums, my mouth is constantly salivating, and my lips are a little swollen. I don't know of any allergies that I had prior to this happening. It is very uncomfortable and the liquid that is salivating into my mouth is making me sick and is usually very salty. This has been going on for months. Any suggestions? My dentist is very reputable, but tells me he has never heard of this issue.
We both would like to thank you for the baking soda remedy. My daughter and I have been praying for a solution to her toothache problem. She went to the dentist and she needs ortho-surgery and the only one in Tampa refuses to remove the tooth. So we're very grateful for you and your help to give both of us some much needed peace tonight!
The gum also appears slightly swollen, but I'm not quite sure on this one. Is this normal after 10 days? The pain is made worse by eating, but I can apply pressure on the tooth OK. I would go back to my dentist, but he is currently on holidays for 5 weeks. A friend told me to put oil of cloves on the gum, and to my amazement the pain disappeared in under a minute.
He took a biopsy. My whole mouth is swollen so sore now, but mainly I am freaking out. Lichen planus is terrible, but what if it's cancer or something? I don't even know how to handle this. The stress is making me go hyper again, and I'm starting to have panic attacks. I just don't understand why all this is happening to me right now. The hashi's crisis and thyroid removal next month was enough =(. I just wanted to vent my frustrations!
on top of that i have a throat infection that gives me fevers and gingitivity where my gums are swollen and i don't feel like eating anything! i thought it would pass but today i took some antibiotic and applied antiseptic gel. what happened to u? did it get cleared out?
how about an infection in and under the gums,but my gums arn't red or swollen? have you ever heard of this type of situation after a cleaning? does tmj just come on someone with out any symptoms through the yrs.? dr. i want to thank you for all the time you have spent writing back,i know your very busy!
But then, in December 2012, I woke up one morning and my ankles and face were swollen so big, that I called my doctor immediately who told me to go to the ER. From December 2012, I have undergone an EKG, an Echo, a CAT scan and x-ray of my lungs, and a TON of blood work. Everything always comes back normal!! No heart problems, nothing on the lung scans, no diabetes, no RA factor, nothing. But I am feeling worse and worse by the week.
Out of nowhere he started vomiting and when taken to the vet last Tuesday, his levels were fine but his xrays showed air in his stomach and intestines and a swollen liver. They gave me Cerenia and ear medicine for a minor ear infection and told me to monitor him. Then he still seemed really sick all week, lethargic, panting heavily, drooling and would not eat, (even chicken, rice, pizza crust, peanut butter, bread...
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