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What does spitting. Up blood when u brush your teeth?

What does spitting. Up blood when u brush your teeth?

Gium disease: If you are bleeding after brushing or flossing most likely is due to gingivitis or periodontal disease. Plaque accumulates in areas you can't brush or floss well resulting in irritation to your gums just like a splinter embedded into your skin will do. Gums become"puffy" bleeding easily. Generally with a professional dental cleaning the problem will be corrected with improved home daily hygiene. ...Read more

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Spitting Up (Definition)

Spitting up is normal for babies, and is usually nothing to worry about. Excessive spitting, however, can be ...Read more


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What does it mean when u spit blood sometimes not when I brush my teeth?

What does it mean when u spit blood sometimes not when I brush my teeth?

Gum Issues: Bleeding upon brushing is not normal. It is a sign of gigivitis or possibly gum disease. You should see a dentist as soon as possible. It is much easier to treat in the early stages. ...Read more

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Spitting of blood while brushing teeth, should I be concerned?

Spitting of blood while brushing teeth, should I be concerned?

Yes!: At least you have inflamed gums which is a sign of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease may affect seriously your general health. Se your dentist or periodontist. ...Read more

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How come i spit blood when i brush my teeth?

How come i spit blood when i brush my teeth?

Inflammation: Can't tell if you have gingivitis or periodontitis, but in any event, you should get an examination from a local dentist to make sure you do not have any problems. ...Read more

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Why do I spit up blood when I brush my teeth?

Why do I spit up blood when I brush my teeth?

Inflammation: Blood means inflammation and generally comes from periodontal inflammation. This ranges from simple gingivitis (gum inflammation) to more serious periodontitis (infected pockets below the gumline with gum and bone loss). See your dentists for helpful treatment and tips to get this under control. ...Read more

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Is spitting blood when brushing teeth bad?

Indication: It is not normal and can be an indication of gum disease or in rare cases a systemic condition. I would suggest having a dentist diagnose your problem and offer some possible solutions. ...Read more

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Why am I spitting up blood after brushing my teeth?

Why am I spitting up blood after brushing my teeth?

Gingivitis?: If you notice bleeding gums when brushing, it may be a sign that you are at risk for or already have gum disease. This is a serious problem, which should be checked by a dentist. Do not delay, ...Read more

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Spitting up blood after brushing my teeth, what does this mean?

Spitting up blood after brushing my teeth, what does this mean?

Gum disease: like gingivitis and periodontitis tend to be the main reason why you spit out blood after you brush your teeth. It's time to see your dentist for examination and x-rays. ...Read more

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What does it mean if i'm spitting up blood after brushing my teeth?

What does it mean if i'm spitting up blood after brushing my teeth?

Gum disease: If you are bleeding when you brush it is because your gingiva ( gums) are swollen and inflammed. This is a signe of periodintal disease and needs to be treated by your dentist. Please make an appointment for a periodontal exam and get this problem resolved. ...Read more

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Brushed teeth and spitting blood that's not from gums. Does this mean a cavity?

No: How do you know the blood is not from the gums? Teeth don't usually bleed unless a big piece of a tooth comes out and the nerve is exposed. But that is rare and most people do have gingivitis, so ot's more likely to be from the gums. Unless you have stomach issues. That could also be a cause. Get evaluated by a dentist to determine the source. ...Read more

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