Any Hyper or Grave's have problem with their gums bleeding or receeding?

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Everytime i get to see my Dentist clean my teeth.  They always have a problem with my gums bleeding too much.  Even though i floss more than my husband I still get the you must floss more .  On another forum someone suggested garggling peroxyl.  Are we hyper/Graves have indirect deficiency on this? Bone loss of some sort?

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    I ask specifically for a particular dental hygienist at my Dentist's office because one time I got a different one and had the same problem as you.  The lady that I work well with, I have no problems like that ever.  So I do think that makes a difference and I told the dental office, she is the only one I will allow to clean my teeth.

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    Hi

    Yes, I've had exactly this problem. For me it turned out to be low levels of vitamin c and iron.

    I started eating a small amount of lamb's liver every day, with high vitamin c vegetables (raw or lightly cooked)

    The iron and vit c need eachother to aid proper absorption. This has now solved the problem, plus my tooth enamel is thicker.

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    I am also low on iron and take supplements daily. U can ask your doc to test your ferritin level. I wonder if iron deficiency is a common symptom for hyper patients?
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    hmmm yes I also noticed gum issues but started rinsing a lot with water and I also rub coconut oil on my gums...everything seems to be helping...also gave up conventional toothpaste and use non flouride one from the health shop now...since I made the changes noticed less migraines and and in general better oral health......also having vit d 3 and calcium and collagen every night before bed
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