A 51-year-old female asked:
Sudden onset, sore swollen bleeding gums in entire mouth. no gum disease at all, no meds, no tobacco, no over flossing, what non dental causes?
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General Practice 39 years experience
Get a dental exam: Bleeding gums are often the first sign of gingivitis. Brushing too hard can also cause bleeding. Cigarettes and other tobacco products also may be causative. You need a dental exam as soon as possible.
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Orthodontics 54 years experience
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