12 responses

  1. CW
    Wednesday June 28, 2006

    Yikes! That can’t be very comfortable!

  2. Kynne
    Thursday June 29, 2006

    I hear that everytime my dad brushes his teethin the bathroom. Get a battery operated toothbrush lor, with a round brush head, instead of the longish one.

  3. JL
    Thursday June 29, 2006

    That’s right, you gag… keep gagging. And men wonder why women sometimes don’t feel like ‘it’.

    Years ago, when i wanted to know how to do that deed without gagging i asked a [gay] friend how to get over the gag reflex and he pointed me in the direction of my toothbrush. “Practise, practise, practise [not gagging]!” he said. And so i did.

    (Sorry, i know you told us not to visualise filthy things, but when i read the title ‘Gag Reflex…’, ‘it’ was the first thing that popped into my head.)

  4. Simplysiti
    Thursday June 29, 2006

    I must say that I agree with JL. “Gag reflex” – very erm… suggestive.

  5. mooiness
    Thursday June 29, 2006

    CW: no it’s not but I’ve learnt to live with it. ;)

    Kynne: yes I read that electric toothbrushes help.

    JL/Simplysiti: no harm no foul. More sex talk is always good! Heh.

  6. Hijackqueen
    Thursday June 29, 2006

    Check out http://www.ismile.com.my. She had a step by step on how to do a proper flossing and brushing.

  7. Herman
    Thursday June 29, 2006

    I use colgate 360 too !

  8. Xed
    Friday June 30, 2006

    I used to have that when i was younger. But I realised that I was gagging simply because I trying to breathe through my mouth! That was kinda silly but it was a reflex. so I had to train myself to breathe with my nose while brushing. It wasn’t easy and takes a little getting used to but I no longer gag while brushing. Not sure if its the same for you but maybe you can give it a try.

  9. mooiness
    Friday June 30, 2006

    Xed: thanks for the tip!

  10. JCJAD5
    Friday January 25, 2008

    My husband has this same problem. He has always had it, but when I got pregnat it got really worse. He got to the point where he actually would vomit about 3 to 4 times a week just from brushing his teeth. My daughter is now 6, and he is still doing it. I give him credit; I don’t think I would want to even brush my teeth. However, he still brushes! Oh yeah, thanks about the info on using a tooth brush with a small head; I am going to buy him a smaller tooth brush today!

  11. mooiness
    Friday January 25, 2008

    JCJAD5: not a problem – hope your husband finds a solution!

  12. wow..
    Tuesday March 18, 2008

    wow this is crazy, but my problem started when i used a colgate 360 too… i liked the tongue brusher so i kept using it… im gonna go get a new toothbrush.

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