dear friend ,
don't worry about your bleeding gum , it will be fine in a day or two more .
you have mentioned that the first day after extraction, the bleeding stopped normally and you had little soreness and nothing unusual . that clearly shows that, you have no bleeding disorders like hemophilia
, various anemias, vitamin k deficiency , vitamin C deficiency
also your wound is healing well with little pitting odema.
now i think after you tried brushing your teeth on opposite side this could have led to CLOT DISLODGEMENT or DISINTEGRATION. some times repeated mouth rinsing or chewing disturb the clot and promotes bleeding .
you have seen a piece of gum on your gauge this could be that clot . nevertheless it could also be a granulation tissue .
this should worry you, a bit . also you have mentioned about progressive bleeding, these things could be evaluated exactly, after a clinical evaluation whether its a case of secondary hemorrhage or clot dislodgement .
clot dislodgment leads to dry socket
, if neglected .
in this case please visit to your dentist
for clinical evaluation of your healing socket .if required a gauge dipped in tannic acid
can be placed on the bleeding area to arrest bleeding .
a case of dry socket has to be managed by analgesic
and antibiotic along with medicated dressing in the extracted socket.
this should help