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It seems that you are suffering from gingivitis, which is inflammation of the gums. What is worrying, is that it is not brought about by any trigger factor like brushing, but is occurring spontaneously.
At best, ***** ***** bleeding of the gums could be because of a localised infection. The oral cavity has many bacteria that normally reside in it. When situations become favourable for them, they multiply and cause infection.
What you would need is a thorough scaling and root planing procedure to get rid of all the local irritants. Also, professional counselling regarding your oral hygiene habits will help.
Please read these two excellent references on gingivitis:
And at worst, there is some underlying medical condition that is causing the gums to bleed without any trigger.
Till you can visit your dentist, you can start using any mouthwash containing Chlorhexidine Gluconate, an antiseptic-antibacterial.
Also, avoid spicy and hot food. If you are a smoker, cut down on your smoking for a few weeks at least.
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Good Luck !