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Slight bleeding in gums during brushing. Pain in gums and swelling. Throat pain. Whom should I consult?

hi dr. yesturday i had toothpast at time of brushing brush rubed to my gums left down jaw slight bleeding happend after that since after noon yesturday eveninng,night, i m having pain in gums and swealing on gums out side even throte left side pain pls advise me to whom i should consult thanx & regards ghulam hasan
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Dentist 's  Response
hello, bleeding and swollen gums are mostly caused by local irritational deposits around your teeth and sometimes nutritional deficiency too.
for bleeding gums ,you should consult a dentist, who will perform professional cleaning of your gums and will advice you gum paints and multi-vits..vit-c and vit-B along with antiseptic mouthwash.
maintain your oral hygiene with brushing twice daily along with flossing to prevent its recurrence..
if your throat still hurts after 7 days of following all advise then you should consult ENT surgeon.
if your age is around 18-25yrs, then erupting third molar can be the cause of pain in throat..
as the tooth erupts your pain will subside..
meanwhile use sensitive/soft toothbrushes,antiseptic mouthwashes, give finger massage to your gums with astringent and increase your Vit-B &C intake via citrus juices and fruits..
take care..
Answered: Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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OBGYN Dr. Nidhi Gandhi Chandak's  Response

u show urself to a dentist.

might be u have gingivitis or vitamin c deficiency.

get urself checked
Answered: Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Dentist Dr. Latif's  Response
your case needs to be checked by a periodontist. he will easily assist you with your case. in the mean time you can use warm saline water gargles, a mouth wash three times a day and some anti inflammatory drugs. regards.
Answered: Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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