Sensitive teeth while pregnant

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Avatar f tn Hi ladies I have a question had anyone of you have sensitive teeth? I am 28w4d today this last week i have had very very sensitive teeth. and alot of the time i cant sleep they hurt so much.i wake up about 10 times threw the night and its just to painful to sleep. i brush and floss daily adn everything amd i use the sensitive tooth paste. if anyone has this happeneding any idea why or how did u deal with it Thank you ladies.
Avatar f tn Your doctor can give you a list of safe procedures and medicines to give to the dentist. I had a wisdom tooth pulled with numbing stuff and had a few fillings while pregnant.
Avatar f tn Hello I am new to the forum and had a question i am 28weeks pregnant and I have been having horribly sensitive teeth this past week were i cant even sleep at night they hurt so much. is there anything i can do to help the pain? i use sensitive tooth paste but it hasnt seemed to work much.
Avatar f tn can any 1 give me any ideas how to control sensitive teeth ITS DRIVING ME BONKERS! i use sensodyne toothpaste and mouth wash nothing helps. i can't stand anything hot or cold touching them. iv been to my dentist several times now and she applyed a gel to my gums which eases it 4 a while but theres not much more she can do. any advice appreciated.
Avatar f tn I have the same problem... this pregnancy I still have it every day and I'm at 24 weeks. I had it so throughout my last pregnancy, too. I will not go to the dentist while pregnant for this reason. Haven't found anything that really helps, but once I'm done, I feel fine the rest of the day.
Avatar f tn My teeth werent ever more sensitive but my wisdom teeth did come in since ive been pregnant. it was horrible i was in so much pain.
Avatar f tn Also they loosen in the gums while pregnant, thanks to that hormone that loosens your hips in preparation for labor
Avatar f tn My teeth have become increasingly more sensitive. I'm 30 weeks. Has that happened to anyone else?
Avatar f tn My teeth are very sensitive now and gums too. 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 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 f tn For years, I have suffered from sensitive teeth. The pain from cold objects literally drive me mad. One bad habit that I know is causing the sensitivity is my avid consumption of acidic drinks, which I am trying to give up. I have sought the services of a periodontist, who said that I have the beginning stages of periodontal disease.
Avatar f tn my teeth have been sensitive lately. and I'm eating and chewing on ice hoping it will calm down my cramps. i am so scared with eating these ice chips my teeth are going to chip. has anyone ever lost or chipped a tooth while pregnant. i'll freak if i do and then really go into labor lol. but seriously.
Avatar f tn I'm 30 weeks and have noticed my teeth becoming increasingly more sensitive. Anyone else have this happen? Does it go away after birth?
Avatar f tn Joy - The same exact thing happened to me when I found out I was pregnant. And it turns out the EXTREME pain I was having was because teeth are so much more sensitive in pregnancy than when not pregnant. The pain wouldn't have been as bad as it was if I wasn't pregnant. My doctor said NO on getting it out because they give you a novicane injection and it can cause problems for the baby, only general pain medications are allowable by dentists.
Avatar f tn Few months ago a lady posted...a helpful way to brush your teeth without all the nausea and actually helped a lot....use very little toothpaste. .don't lean over the sink..stand up straight...and smile while brushing your teeth....I did it and actually stopped puking while attempting to brushy teeth...
467126 tn?1283144858 im worried,,,any of you have found out that you had a cavity while preggo...? or is it just something that pregnant woman experience while they are preggo and it goes away after the baby is born? help?
6689361 tn?1405126215 Has anyone delt with this while pregnant.??.
Avatar f tn Okay I have braces and I'm 8 weeks and a couple days but my teeth have been hurting lately I'm not sure if its just my teeth moving to get straight or if its because I'm pregnant ? Do I have to take them off during my pregnancy ?
Avatar f tn It can accumulate in the teeth and long tubular bones. There is a chance your child's teeth could be discolored a brownish color. There can also be a reduction in limb lenghth. There is no way to know for sure. You should talk to your Dr.
Avatar f tn Well i just watched a video that stated sensitive teeth and gums are common in your second trimester.
10299247 tn?1409208876 Lol i normally gag while brushing my teeth but I'm more sensitive when I'm pregnant there's really no fixing it it'll go away once you have the baby
Avatar f tn Anyone have dental work done while pregnant. My teeth have been hurting, & im going to make an appointment to see whats going on . Im scared about the whole xray thing . & them actually have to do work on my teeth. Im 30weeks & hoping its just something that can hold off until my baby comes.
316002 tn?1246553137 My teeth are LESS sensitive to cold and hot then they were before I was pregnant. I think it is part of pregnancy cause I usually have very sensitive teeth.
594189 tn?1386916607 Not to worry your dentist is probably trying to protect you and the baby, cause it is possible to transmit the infection as well as have worse teeth while pregnant. Get them taken care of as you can and keep drinking milk!! No soda! Red and Purple foods are also good for you as they have nutrients that help protect your natural tooth structure. Some times after a root canal it is better to just remove the tooth than deal with the abcess or infections. Good luck to you.
Avatar f tn Ever since I got pregnant my teeth have been super sensitive and today I broke my back tooth.