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Bleeding Gums/Nose

Very Early Pregnancy Symptom

Symptom Details

Mucous membranes, including your gums and nose, can become swollen and sensitive during pregnancy. As a result you may notice nose bleeds when you blow too hard or bleeding gums when you brush your teeth. You may also feel like you have a constant runny or stuffy nose. Also a result of higher progesterone levels during pregnancy, your gums may react more to the bacteria in plaque - sometimes referred to as "pregnancy gingivitis" (which affects about 50% of pregnant women).

Comparison Chart

The chart below shows a comparison between the number of times this symptom was experienced by pregnant vs non-pregnant women.


**NOTE: Data for 15-21 dpo tends to be lower than expected as many women stop tracking symptoms after a positive pregnancy test.

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What Day Past Ovulation are you? Is this a new symptom?
  • 2 weeks ago » LadyMinx25 said:
    2dpo, I've just discovered that my gums are extremely sensitive and there's even a tiny boil that just suddenly appeared inside my mouth!
  • 2 weeks ago » piscesmama said:
    5 dpo~ gums started bleeding while brushing this morning, which NEVER happens.
  • 5 weeks ago » monicadnlp said:
    11dpo and noticed some blood when I went to rinse my mouth out after brushing. Never had this before. Hope this means a bfp soon.
  • 6 weeks ago » Elephant_11 said:
    what about just sore gums?
  • 6 weeks ago » babyboy19 said:
    i had gum bleed for last child... now i m 10dpo and my gums bleed... hoping... hello kca_pie was it BFP...
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