Hi so im a thirteen year old girl and for about 3 days I've been noticing that the gums around my back molars and root canals (that are right next to them) are bleeding profusely and non stop. And just now, I looked in the mirror and I noticed my back (the teeth I'm referring too are my lower teeth) lower teeth are facing more inward toward my tongue and I don't know whats happening. I feel nooo pain whatsoever yet its bleeding so much. I wake up with rings of dried blood around my back teeth. It seems to be that my back molars are shifting but why? Why so much bleeding.. I'm really concerned."

I cannot diagnose anything without seeing you in person. This does not sound good so I would recommend calling your dentist right away and get in there right away. You will need X-rays first. This sounds like gum/bone problem. Maybe something is caught under your gums and a good thorough cleaning will help. Bleeding is something you should not ignore. Make the call right away   

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