Effects of high blood calcium on gums teeth

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5891248 tn?1406410864 Yes it's normal calcium may help but it is also do to an increase in blood flow some women even get bloody noses. I get bleeding guys it's bad everytime I brush my teeth they gush but I have perfectly healthy teeth and gums. It's just one of those symptoms you didn't know existed till you got pregnant.
Avatar f tn My mother and grandmother said to drink a lot of milk to get a lot of calcium because the baby ***** that right out of you along with everything else haha. My grandma even lost two back teeth because of being pregnant._.
Avatar f tn A bunch of my back teeth are broke off to the gum and my front teeth look so awful. My babies has took all the calcium out of them.
672586 tn?1280933658 Make sure you see a dentist at least twice a year and make it known you are on ccb. Side effects can occur in some people where gums are affected, but in my case two of my molars crumbled.
Avatar f tn So far I managed to avoid any issues with my teeth (almost week 38) - it may be thanks to the extra high doses of calcium and D3 supplements I've been taking from before pregnancy. I've also had little to no leg cramps in my legs for the same reason. My dr said that the only side effect these supplements might have on the baby is that he'll have stronger bones.
Avatar f tn Honestly you will start getting bleeding gums because when you brush your teeth it irritates the gums and due to extra blood your body produces your gums bleed a lot.
8914177 tn?1412873164 Hi im just wondering last 2 days while brushing my teeth my gums are bleeding and i dont mean a lil bit its literally covered in blood and my right side teeth and gums are painful some 1 said to me its down to baby taking calcium or something is this true?
Avatar f tn I drink at least a glass of milk a day. I cant have any salt so cant do the salt water. Im in process of finding a dentist that will accept my insurance.
Avatar f tn I was devastated since like you I take a LOT of pride in my teeth. Needless to say I got my tooth fixed and was put on calcium supplements by my doctor. With that said may be you need to increase your calcium intake.
Avatar f tn You are not worrying to much-this is something you have to take care of ASAP. I've had gum surgery and my gums bleed daily (sometimes without brushing) and I'm going to make a dentist appointment tomorrow. I have a friend who had to remove all his teeth and get fake ones in....painful and expensive. the longer you wait-the more money you'll be dishing out. Get to a periodontist ASAP-at least that's my suggestion.
Avatar f tn Well as far as I know if your baby needs certain nutrients (such as calcium or other things it can get from teeth) then you'll start to probably bleed from your gums (mainly when you brush your teeth) or have aches in your teeth from that.
Avatar f tn My teeth are extremely sensitive as it is being pregnant it makes it more so...if you dont drink allot of milk try taking a calcium suplement thats what my doctor told me to do plus side the chewable calcium tablet also help with heart burn just like tums.
Avatar f tn O is anyone else experiencing the same problem? Any tips on how to prevent this? I am brushing my teeth morning and night and using a really good mouth wash but nothing is working!
Avatar f tn I also had them with my son. Your gums also bleed more and are more sensitive to gingivitis and cavities. Are you noticing the blood after you brush that is very common and I wouldn't worry, If it's all day you may have gingivitis try to brush, floss, and use mouthwash more and if you can afford it maybe see a dentist to have it treated. Many woman get this and other mouth issues when pregnant. It's completely normal.
Avatar f tn My next appointment with a new doctor isn't for a few more weeks.
Avatar f tn How far along are you? A lot of women don't consider the amount of calcium the baby takes from you in order for their bones to strengthen. The first place it affects us is our teeth since they are the weakest bones. Unfortunately, you cant reverse a cavity so I would definitely get those filled, but I would also start eating food rich in calcium, such as sesame seeds and spinach.
2046116 tn?1330102721 Yes my blood work is fine. Haemoglobin is good, blood count is good, white blood cells good and blood pressure is normal. No cancer. I am not anaemic. There is no problem showing, but there is obviously one. I can tell you when one is going to start. I get immense pressure in my head, eyes and gums, then out of no where bleed. After bleeding, due to so much blood loss, I get a headache and really dizzy. They have no explanation. can you think of anything?
8101930 tn?1420001456 s normal Cuz of all the blood flow and gums swell Sometimes during pregnancy. But I might take some Calcium too.. For some Peace of mind.
Avatar n tn Rubbing an aspirin sized amount on your gums is the fastest path to the nerves of the teeth. Of course you can take recommended dosages as a supplement and that may help. Too much calcium will give headaches and cramps. People trained in modern technology tend to have doubts about using natural cures. But when the professionals run out of answers, or their answers don't work, the only option is to look elsewhere.
Avatar f tn Yes drink more milk & use sensodyne toothpaste. My teeth were sensitive to cold drinks, food, candy, etc about 2 weeks ago. I'm not a milk drinker but I eat cereal everyday so I can get the intake I need. Since these changes my teeth have stopped hurting.
Avatar f tn Is this part of being pregnant? I been having pain in my gums and teeth I when to the dentist an all they gave me was mouth wash.... Has this happened to anybody is it part of the pregnancy?
Avatar f tn are aching teeth and gums normal? ive heard it could be lack of calcium since i just found out im pregnant and am not on prenatal yet?
Avatar m tn This is because you say you normally bleed whilst brushing teeth, and that is NOT normal. Bleeding gums means the beginnings of gingivitis, which is a condition where the gums get infected from bacteria, which comes from bits of food getting caught between the teeth. I know, you weren't brushing when you had the bleeding, but the gums can get so fragile that they'll bleed for no reason.
Avatar m tn Hi.....seeing blood while brushing is common with gingivitis, and bleeding can occur at other times as well. You really need to get your teeth cleaned to remove the plaque build-up so your gums can heal. Once you get them cleaned, brush at least 2 times a day, floss at night and use a mouthwash. Always use a soft toothbrush and brush gently, our teeth don't need to be "scrubbed" and brushing too aggressively is hard on the gums and can cause some bleeding and inflammation.
4530757 tn?1358353386 I know of a person who lost 4 of her front teeth because of a calcium deficiency during pregnancy- therefore I take calcium supplements along with my prenatal!
3203877 tn?1358032521 I m 34 wks and my gums hav been bleeding.. it can be lack of calcium as baby is taking extra calcium from ur body to strengthen his/her bones. Make sure u r taking extra calcium to support ur body. Hope that helps..
Avatar f tn Thank you. Ive been using the sensidine tooth paste but doesnt help, hopefully the dentist can help when my appointmemt comes around!