Fibromyalgia, bleeding gums and Vitamin D



If you have Fibromyalgia like I do then chances are you may also be deficient in Vitamin D. This vitamin ensures that the body can absorb calcium and phosphorus from food. A deficiency of this vitamin is, therefore, detrimental to the maintenance of strong bones and teeth. 

Bleeding Gums?
It can indicate a vitamin D deficiency.

Swollen and bleeding gums are early signs that your gums are infected with bacteria. If nothing is done, the infection can spread. Bacteria cause the gums to swell, redden, and bleed. The connective tissue holding the teeth into the jaw bone may become damaged. It can destroy the structures that support your teeth in your jawbone. Eventually, your teeth can become so loose that they have to be extracted or simply fall out on their own.


Over the years I have tried almost everything to prevent bleeding gums. I regularly take my Vit D supplements from the doctor and yet nothing seems to work so I was delighted to be given this toothpaste by my dentist.
Corsodyl is specifically designed for people who want to look after their gums. With daily use, some of the products within the range help to treat bleeding gums whilst others are designed to help keep your gums healthy and your teeth strong. 
I have been using this product now for a few weeks and already have noticed a massive difference in my gum health. It tastes awful, but for a few minutes twice a day it is easy to accept as part of my daily routine. I will definitely be sticking to this toothpaste as it does not stain your teeth like the mouthwash does.

Do you have bleeding gums like I do?
Any top tips or advice please add it in the comments.

 Love and gentle hugs to you all




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