My teeth feels like i drank ice cold water

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Has anyone experience very sensitive teeth it's like I drank something really cold but I didn't almost like I'm holding ice on my teeth just weird feeling

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    Yes. And my gums bleed a lot easier now. In fact I'm just more run down in general during this phase. I've had the flu last few days, now I'm left with laryngitis. I just want to feel normal again xx
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    Yes. I thought all my teeth were decaying away last spring. Hot and cold beverages I would literally since in pain. Got all checked out by my dentist. Nothing wrong. It's very normal to have that sensitivity with peri-menopsuse.

    I started brushing with Sensodyne without the whitener in it. Seems a lot better in my gums. Do try that and see how it works for you. Someone on this forum also mentioned brushing with Clive toothpaste. I haven't tried that, but maybe worth looking into as well. The Sensodyne Pronamel without whitener worked for me though.

    Good Luck Monique!

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    Yes, Monique I had the same issue, went to my dentist and gave me Sensodyne.   Since my gums were receding and it felt like I had a huge open cavity which I didn't, he said to rub some Sensodyne on the tooth and leave it for about a half hour then wash it off but to use it as my regular toothpaste.
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    Hi Monique, I've experienced the same, painful teeth & gums but not all the time and not too painful but definitely sensitive. I'll have to give the sensodyne a try 😊
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