I can understand your concern and worry.
Normal menstrual bleeding lasts for 3-7 days. During this period 50-150 ml of bloody discharge are excreted.
As you have described that you have low bleeding for the last few months, this can most likely be due to hormonal changes.
Please do not worry. There does not seem to be anything serious or dangerous about this condition, and it is treatable with medications accordingly.
The following treatment measures are recommended for you now:
-Take measures to relieve your stress and anxiety.
-You can take plant estrogens (phytoestrogens, isoflavones).
-Eat healthy and nutritious.
-Most of the time, simply decreasing your stress, improving nutrition, and adding adequate nutritional supplements can provide a natural way to restore regular periods.
-Take a nutritious diet containing a good amount of iron, calcium, magnesium, multivitamins.
-You can take Omega-3 fatty acids, such as fish oil
-Take magnesium in the diet. Pumpkin seeds, spinach, salmon, kale, and brown rice are all good sources of magnesium
-You can take vitamin D. This is very helpful to maintain normal periods.
All of this should help you greatly.
Please do not worry. There is nothing serious or dangerous about this.
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