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What can I do for my two year old's bleeding gums?

What can I do for my two year old's bleeding gums?

Why&when it started?: The larger question is when it started and why. If the child is teething, the problem will resolve with time and good consistent gentle cleaning. Cold teething aids can help. If the gums are bleeding because of food and bacteria, then again, the answer is obvious. If the baby seems sick, different or has other bleeding issues, it's urgent to have the pediatrician evaluate. ...Read more

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Bleeding (Definition)

Bleeding is a term describing the loss of blood. It can occur inside the body due to damage to blood vessels or organs or outside the body during menstruation or when there is a ...Read more

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3 year old son has a few petechiae and red blood in stools today, no fever. 10 month old daughter had petechiae last week and gum bleeding. Infection?

3 year old son has a few petechiae and red blood in stools today, no fever. 10 month old daughter had petechiae last week and gum bleeding. Infection?

See doctor!: You really should go see your doctor this could be an infection or something more serious. The blood in the stool and the petechiae could certainly indicate problems with blood cell lines or immune system. ...Read more

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I have a gum bleeding after one year of quitting smoking of 35 years. What can I do before seeing the dentist?

I have a gum bleeding after one year of quitting smoking of 35 years. What can I do before seeing the dentist?

Good oral hygiene: Make sure you are brushing and flossing at least twice a day - best with a mechanical toothbrush and a water irrigation device (like a waterpik). 35 years of smoking has sadly taken its toll on your oral tissues. Consider seeing a dentist as soon as you can. ...Read more

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My stomach have been swollen for two months, and I recently started getting headaches and gum bleeding. ?

My stomach have been swollen for two months, and I recently started getting headaches and gum bleeding. 
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3 separate condition: You have 3 separate problems that need to be addressed separately. 1. Stomach problems and headache see your PCP. Bleeding gums, see a dentist. To receive the best care, you should always first consult your primary care physician, and he/she might refer you to a proper specialist for each problem. ...Read more

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Swollen stomach for two months, headaches, and bleeding gums?

Swollen stomach for two months, headaches, and bleeding gums?

Separate issues: swollen stomach: is this gas or weight gain, or intestines poking through the abdominal wall? Headaches: what time of day, is there nausea, photophobia and a prodrome, when do they come, do they wake you at night from sleep, are they relieved by home meds? The bleeding gums need to evaluated by a dentist ...Read more

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I have a bad breath since 4 years.I had a gum bleeding 3 months ago & had treatments.But i still do have the bad breath without any gum bleeding?

I have a bad breath since 4 years.I had a gum bleeding 3 months ago & had treatments.But i still do have the bad breath without any gum bleeding?

Tongue: Perhaps you need to clean your tongue....Tooth brushing the tongue is one method, but, using a tongue rake is a more efficient option. Once a day, after you get a head start with more than once a day for a few days in the beginning, will jump start you to better breath. Also keep up your flossing. ...Read more

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Why have my gums stopped bleeding? I have had bleeding gums for years when i floss - big time - & when i get them cleaned at the dentist. I don't floss regularly is my problem and that hasn't changed. However I have noticed over the last month they compl

Why have my gums stopped bleeding? I have had bleeding gums for years when i floss - big time - & when i get them cleaned at the dentist.  I don't floss regularly is my problem and that hasn't changed. However I have noticed over the last month they compl

Better or worse: The two best possibilities are that your hone care is finally paying off. The other is not so good-your problem has progresses to where the edges of your guns are no longer so inflamed because the problem is now active in the spaces we call pockets between your teeth and gums below the surface. Your dentist has more information. You should ask. ...Read more

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Why have my gums stopped bleeding? I have had bleeding gums for years when i floss - big time - & when i get them cleaned at the dentist. I don't floss regularly is my problem and that hasn't changed. However I have noticed over the last month they compl

Why have my gums stopped bleeding? I have had bleeding gums for years when i floss - big time - & when i get them cleaned at the dentist.  I don't floss regularly is my problem and that hasn't changed. However I have noticed over the last month they compl

Deficiency?: If you have your teeth cleaned regularly and floss, you may have a vitamin deficiency. Scurvy is a vitamin deficiency of vitamin c. It is rare in today's world, but the symptoms are bleeding gums. Consult with your dentist about taking one gram of vitamin c daily. ...Read more

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Gum Bleeding (Definition)

Gum bleeding is a clinical condition in which the gums bleed easily with only slight trauma, including teeth brushing. This is common with poor dental care ...Read more

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Gums (Definition)

Gum are the pink soft tissue that forms a collar around our teeth, that collar acts as a gasket of sorts that protects the tooth roots and the bone that ...Read more

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