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One of the vitamins I was deficient in was folic acid. When I increased my intake significantly an additional benifit was my gums improved and my mouth "cleaned" up. You can google folic acid and see the connection to dental health.
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Cave--I am female and my cycle is becoming irregular at age 43--am having a long PMS right now! I take the usual daily vitamin, extra vit. B, magnesium, omegas, seizure meds, and I am on the vit. C/salt protocol.
"God is light. In Him there is no darkness." 1John 1:5 Posts: 7853 | From Illinois | Registered: Aug 2004
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I am a female, 52, active, had Lyme most of my life, but didn't know it until I reached 48 yrs. Gums bled alot, until I suspected the fillings (I lived in Arkansas where floridation is NOT). I had alot of cavities, that were filled with amalgam fillings (composite mineral materials). I had all my fillings changed out to enamel, and the bleeding stoped. Literally I could not eat a potatoe chip without it potentially cutting my gums, resulting in bleeding. After the change of fillings, everything stopped. I was not being treated for Lyme at the time. Hope this helps.
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I think CoQ10 helps gums...check it out and you could take that...Dr B recommends it as a supplement for Lymies anyway.