If you’re pregnant, your dental health can affect your babies well-being. This may sound of the wall but what goes in your mouth that is your nutrition can help with your babies nutrition.

If you have bad teeth, you are more likely not to eat a well-balanced diet.

If you don’t floss your teeth, you will harbor more unhealthy bacteria. This in turn can cause you to become very sick from infection. This condition is called sepsis. Pregnant females who are septic are more likely to have miscarriages, premature delivery and sick babies.

It is in fact harder to floss your teeth especially during the second and third trimester of pregnancy. This is because your body in general has more bloodflow. So if your gums will receive more blood flow and become more inflamed when you floss.

Still you should floss regularly so that you keep your teeth healthy and avoid infections.

If your gums to become inflamed, you can use a toothpaste such as Sensodyne. Sensodyne and other products like it can help reduce the inflammation in your gums.

Don’t forget to take your daily prenatal vitamins as these contain final substances for you and your babies well-being.