Question: I brush my teeth twice a day as advise but when I do brush my teeth my gums bleed. I do not understand why they are bleeding when I brush them regularly
Answer: There can be a few reasons as to why you gums bleed when brushing your teeth. One you could be brushing to hard there by causing your gums to bleed. Another reason is that even though you are brushing you teeth you may still gingivitis plaque and tarter build up on your teeth by the gum line causing your gums to bleed when brushing them.
I noted you did not state that you are flossing your teeth daily. Remember flossing your teeth is just as important as brushing them. I suggest seeing a dentist to confirm if you have any signs of gingivitis as well as getting a complete dental check up. Bleeding gums is never a good sign and it should be address right away