Thanks for all these additional details.
I am sorry to hear about your problem and I know how worrisome this situation can be for you but hopefully, we can resolve this.
As such this spotting is of concern and has to be further evaluated by a doctor.
Possible causes are-
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome( PCOS)
- Hormonal problems are also a common cause of such a condition. If you suffer from an Underactive Thyroid Gland, then it may cause it.
- Infection of the Pelvic Organs (vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries) may cause it.
- Extreme emotional stress and excessive exercise.
- Polyps or Uterine fibroids.
In my opinion, you would need a Pelvic examination to assess the condition of the cervix and investigations like TVS Ultrasound for further evaluation.
Blood work to check hormone levels can be done for diagnosis.
You need to have a blood hormonal levels checkup. This includes:
1. Serum Estrogen level,
2. Serum progesterone level
3. Serum FSH level
4. Serum prolactin level
Hormonal imbalance is also one of the most common causes of such symptoms and can be managed with medications.
Your doctor can prescribe hormonal pills, to regulate the menstrual cycle.
Treatments may include the contraceptive pill or hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
A thorough clinical evaluation has to be done by your doctor.
You can follow the below measures-
- You can take some time to relax, get regular exercise, or even do some breathing exercises to manage your stress.
-Practice Yoga and Meditation. Try to remain away from stress. Keep yourself busy with your hobbies.
-You can top up your meals with vitamin D from fatty fish, such as salmon and tuna. Sun exposure, would also be helpful. Getting enough vitamin D may also support a healthy menstrual cycle.
-You can, make sure that your diet includes green vegetables, fruits, dry fruits, red meat, fish, and foods that give you complete nutrients regularly. Soy products, legumes, flaxseed, sesame seeds, olive oil, kale, celery, and dry fruits are some of the best food sources to get estrogen.
-You can include Cinnamon in Your Diet, It helps to regulate the flow of blood and is of great help.
Please start with your primary doctor and get it managed.
Hope I have been able to clarify the situation for you and helped in resolving your query.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions or if you want to discuss this further.
Get well soon!