Sensitive teeth during early pregnancy

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1616538 tn?1304707284 My teeth have never been so sensitive is it common for my two front teeth to feel like air is constantly being blowed on them and when I drink to feel aches in them during early pregnancy.
Avatar f tn lilbit - Actually, yes, teeth problems are common during pregnancy, if you have any cavities, etc, pregnancy can cause them to worsen, or hurt more. They recommend regular dentist check ups while pregnant for this reason. I had a cavity with my son, and in my early pregnancy it hurt SO bad I had to get an antibiotic for it, also sore or sensitive gums, and bleeding gums are common during pregnancy.
Avatar f tn How weird..
Avatar f tn Has anyone have problems with their teeth during pregnancy. . I mean my teeth and gums are freaking sensitive. .
Avatar m tn t be counted as the only sign...I always had bleeding gums in early pregnancy which led me to follow it up with a pregnancy test, which confirmed the bleeding gums as an early pregnancy.
1514268 tn?1293599131 it usually occurs during pregnancy and is completely cured after you complete your term..
9602111 tn?1443721049 I had tried to get my teeth cleaned on the regular schedule I did okay at the first one early in my pregnancy but the second one toward the end was a disaster. I gagged the whole way and they didn't clean them. They told me that the rinses that they make are really great to use if brushing causes a woman who is pregnant any issues. So, I'm not sure if sensitive teeth is a sign of pregnancy although I think I felt things more acutely when I was pregnant.
Avatar n tn Your teeth/gums do become more sensitive during pregnancy. no sugesstions, but it is common.
1298207 tn?1331677531 I think you should test again just to make sure if you are pregnant or not. If you are - My doctor told me that spotting during early pregnancy is very normal but it seems that you are having more issues than just the spotting. For your peace of mind, you should go to the doctor and have checked.
Avatar f tn I brushed my grill this morning and my gums are bleeding like freaking crazy. I have never experienced this with my previous pregnancies, so I would like to know if this is a common occurrence during pregnancy or what? I have fantastic oral hygiene so it isn't gingivitis. Should I go to the dentist about this? I know we have routine dental appts but is this enough to call and schedule an emergency session?!
Avatar f tn Yeah that's no fun. I'm on my third pregnancy and have never had sensitive teeth like this before. I thought something was wrong with me. I've been to the dentist multiple times. I had cavities with my other two. I've been using sensodyne so hopefully that helps. Luckily I only have 2 months left.
Avatar f tn Ever since I got pregnant my teeth have been super sensitive and today I broke my back tooth.
568875 tn?1424397205 he said i should be find during my pregnancy but after that i should take care of it! the crappy thing is the wisdom tooth that is coming in is on the side with the swelling so i have to take extra care of it. and have to take abx. this stinks...
7649778 tn?1401294601 My gums got really swollen and sensitive during my last pregnanct. its normal to have gum and teeth problems during pregnancy but still see your dentist. My dentist says some woman have even had teeth fall out during pregnancy. So I would suggest having normal dental check ups during pregnancy.
Avatar n tn I had a dentist checkup at 5 weeks and everything was perfect. I never have problems with my teeth. However my teeth are so sensitive the past couple weeks I can't stand it! They are continually getting worse. Hot/cold/sweet.. even a hard boiled egg hurt them. I'm using a soft tooth brush and sensitive tooth paste. Any suggestions? When will this go away?
Avatar f tn I had a cleaning at 10w and it felt normal. Also had a cavity filled, normal. My teeth are more sensitive now that I'm prego. I use that sensitive toothpaste and it's great. Don't be worried if your gums hurt or bleed some, that's normal.
Avatar f tn Hi, I'm sorry to hear you are going through this. I have some insight since recently my doctor was concerned I may have an ectopic pregnancy. If I were you, bleeding or not, take one more test. A tricky thing about ectopic pregnancies are that they cause very low hcg levels (what is detected in pregnancy tests) and although pregnancy tests are very sensitive, it's possibly yours weren't high enough to result in a positive. You have the pregnancy symptoms.
232921 tn?1224471661 Hello, Has anyone experienced having sore, tender, sensitive teeth after starting treatment with Peginron and rebetol. My teeth started to hurt after my first shot. I stopped treating 3 weeks ago . My teeth are sill sensitive.. Feels like I've been chewing aluminum foil. Anyone else?
Avatar f tn Try using sensitive toothpaste it is very normal to have sensitive teeth during pregnancy just make sure your taking really good care of your teeth while your pregnant because your baby is taking a lot of the calcium to help with that, so try the sensitive toothpaste if that doesn't seem to help contact your dentist they may have something stronger to help :)
Avatar n tn s cold my nipped will actually hurt me. But I know that tenderness is normal during pregnancy. My question to you other mums is are your breasts leaking? Not massively though. I'm only asking because if I squeeze my breath a clear liquid comes out. I knew that you start leaking some time before but isn't it a bit too early for that to happen? This is my first baby so I'm not sure what's normal and what isn't so I thought I would ask all of you out there who know more than me.
Avatar n tn Your gums are a lot more sensitive during pregnancy. Sounds normal to me, but I would bring it up anyways and see what they say. Sounds like you take good care of your teeth! But mine haven't ever been that sensitive. Everyone's different though.
Avatar f tn During pregnancy woman do get sensitive teeth, and tooth aches. It *****!!!
Avatar f tn I had pregnancy gingivitus with my first. My gums bleed for no reason and my teeth were so sensitive. It was painful! Thankfully they went back to normal a few months after my little one was born! I went to the dentist to make sure everything was ok and them cleaning my teeth hurt soo bad i was almost in tears (and i have had a baby naturally ) so i dont suggest that. A toothpaste for sensitive teeth helped a bit.
Avatar f tn s recommend that you continue with your regular dental visits because if you develop a dental related infection during pregnancy it can cause preterm labor among other things. That being said, I have read that 1st trimester work is the biggest gamble & have personally had a root canal done during my second trimester. My dentist would not use lidocaine because it's known to have affects on pregnant woman but he did use carbocaine whose direct affects on unborn babies are not really known.
Avatar f tn Teeth problems are very common in pregnancy. You can develop pregnancy gingivitis. They are a lot more sensitive during pregnancy and more prone to infections and such.