Why do I have throbbing, aching gums?

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Throbbing and aching gums can mean a few things. The most important thing to consider is your dental health, having your teeth checked regularly by a dentist can help avoid many issues with your gums and teeth. If in fact your gums and teeth look okay, it could be your sinuses acting up or pressure in the air from a storm moving in. It is ideal to keep an eye on the throbbing and if it doesn't get any better in a couple of days to seek out the help of a dentist or your primary doctor.
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Aching Gums can be due to infection and a doctor should be consulted. Try this for an immediate relief - Take a piece of sterilized cotton and put a drop of clove oil which you could
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you could be just sore so a bath (not hot) would help. Could be lack of potassium or iron. could be restless leg syndrome. could be a uti or dehydration setting in. Getting some pedialyte
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Go to a dentist to find out what is going on. You might have an infeccion and need antibiotics. . Violet1. 30 months ago.
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