During pregnancy, Your gums will become more soft and easier to bleed when you brush your teeth. The inflammation is caused by higher progesterone levels that make your gums more sensitive to the bacteria in plaque and by increased blood supply to your mouth.
Bleeding Gums Attack
Brush and clean your teeth regularly, at least twice a day and visit the dentist when the early symptoms appear.
Is It Dangerous?
Periodontal disease (dental membranes) is sometimes associated with the birth of babies with low weight and premature babies so it’s important for you to visit your dentist if you gums often bleed. When you visit your dentist you should inform her if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant. Dental x-rays may not be safe during pregnancy, and knowing you are trying to become pregnant can help in planning x-ray treatments.