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The symptoms you have described about your 17-year-old daughter of having spotting between her periods is nothing to worry.
It can be due to various causes.
The most common causes are stress, being overweight or underweight, imbalance of hormones, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
Stress/anxiety is one of the most common causes that disturb the female menstrual cycle.
Hormonal imbalance is another common & probable cause.
Please stop worrying and be relaxed.
It is quite common to get such spotting in periods at a teenage.
At some point, as she will grow up, her cycle will probably settle into a recognizable pattern & this mid-cycle spotting should stop.
Mild hormonal fluctuation can cause this.
Please do not worry. There is nothing serious or dangerous about this. She just need to wait & watch.
Most of the time, simply decreasing your stress, improving nutrition, and adding adequate nutritional supplements can provide a natural way.
Eat healthy & nutritious.
Take a nutritious diet containing a good amount of iron, calcium, magnesium, multivitamins.
No need to worry at all. Such fluctuation can happen sometimes in girls’ life.
This will subside on its own.
Nothing to worry.
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