According to foreign media, there are many reasons for bleeding gums, such as eating something hard, using a stiff brush, or gingivitis. Still, if the bleeding is persistent, a doctor should be consulted.
Medical experts say that the issue of bleeding gums in children should be taken seriously because even if you do not clean your teeth properly, you can still get gingivitis.
According to media reports, bleeding from the gums can also be a sign of leukemia or blood cancer.
Early signs of chronic leukemia may be so mild that they may go unnoticed, but people with an acute type of blood cancer called acute myeloid leukemia may have swollen gums and bleed from brushing.
Reports say that bleeding from the gums in both types of blood cancer is considered an early sign of blood cancer, while a wound on the inside of the tongue and cheeks or a possible increase in tooth size are also symptoms.
The gums or teeth need to be addressed before treating blood cancer because the human immune system is exposed to dangerous effects during chemotherapy.