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how to soothe teeth sensitivity?

I'm 17 weeks an every time I drink or in the wind my bottom teeth get sensitive an I don't have sensitive teeth :( did anyone else have this problem when they were the week I'm in today
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There is no real way to stop it. I've always taken really good care of my teeth and still do. once I was around 15 weeks they became very sensitive to heat+cold and pressure. I'm 35 weeks now and nothing has changed and my teeth still are having problems. my dentist tried having me change to a softer tooth brush and toothpaste for sensitive teeth and it has not helped at all. :(
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How do I stop it
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Your teeth/gums do become more sensitive during pregnancy. no sugesstions, but it is common.
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