Causes Bleeding From The Gums?
Good night doctor. I otin, I often experience bleeding gums, but the passage through between the teeth … even when I’m not eating or drinking blood often comes out. That’s how it is
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bleeding gums can occur due to several possibilities, including because they are indeed punctured, for example by sharp-edged food, being stuck in a toothbrush when brushing teeth, brushing teeth too hard, or using a toothbrush whose bristles are too hard or rough.
Apart from that, the causes of bleeding gums that are not clear cause can be due to a disease from the body, such as lack of platelet / blood platelets called thrombocytopenia. The causes can vary, such as viral infections (dengue fever, HIV, chickenpox, hepatitis C), side effects of drugs, immune system disorders, alcohol consumption, contact with chemicals, and blood disorders. Other causes besides thrombocytopenia can be due to disorders in the process of blood clotting, such as Von Willebrand's disease, to blood cancer.
Our advice, if the cause of bleeding in your gums is unclear, and quite often, you should immediately check your condition to a general practitioner or may go directly to an internist. It takes digging in-depth history, physical examination, and even investigations such as blood tests to ensure the best diagnosis and treatment for you. Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, avoid cigarettes, and do not take medication to stop the bleeding without doctor's advice. So, hopefully answering your question.