I am not a dentist, but if you actually have gingivitis, you may have a serious problem indeed that might require attention ASAP. If you just have bleeding gums, that could mean you are well on your way to actually getting gingivitis if you don't take steps to NOW to prevent it. Either way there is NO "fast and easy" means to get rid of your problem. My amateur recommendation for you is to see a dentist to determine if you actually have gingivitis or just irritated gums. Start brushing your teeth more regularly if you are not doing so. Even if your gums still bleed. Also rinse your mouth out with an antiseptic mouth wash at the same time. Will it hurt? It might sting a little but if you want to improve your dental health these are the steps you are going to have to do. You are supposed to floss regularly as well. (I admit my laziness prevents me from flossing as often as I should), but if you want to make your dental health top notch, that is what you have to do. If you take meth....STOP NOW!