Causes of poor monthly
Scanty periods are called hypomenorrhea. A feature of their course is that the discharge, as such, practically does not occur, and only traces of brownish blood can be noted. The duration of menstruation can be maintained or shortened. In addition, a woman with hypomenorrhea can be bothered by headaches, nausea, chest tightness, and lumbar pain.
During the menstruation itself, despite the scanty discharge, severe pains and contractions of the uterus can be disturbed. Due to a decrease in estrogen levels, libido is also reduced, and reproductive function is also impaired.