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Can pregnancy affect your teeth?

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Most women notice changes in their gums during pregnancy. Some women notice that their gums look redder and bleed when they brush their teeth. And some women have severe swelling and bleeding. All of these changes are referred to as "pregnancy gingivitis." They can start as early as the second month.

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