I took my daughter to the dentist about a month ago because her gums are constantly red, bleed when i brush her teeth (i've had to stop due to the distress it causes her) and her two front top teeth are discoloured which is spreading to the ones either side. The dentist told me not to worry about this but to keep an eye on it. She is under the hospital for her asthma and had an appointment yesterday so i mentioned my concerns. My daughters mouth was looked at and i was told it wasn't normal which has REALLY concerned me. The doctor said that her gums should be pink and smooth but my daughters are clearly not like this. She is now being screened for milk intolerance, anemia, calcium dificancy, thyroid and two other things which were just numbers and letters. I find it very hard to get her to eat anything even sweet things other than yoghurts, so i give her lots of milk to subsadise the vitamins/minerals that she doesn't have via food. I don't give her lots of juice so this isn't the cause of the problem either.
Do anyone know what could be causing this problem or suffered with this themselfes?
I'm at my wits end with it so need some advice as soon as possible.
Thanks in advance.
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